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It’s Thurgood Marshall to the Rescue in a New Thriller

By ADAM LIPTAK The New York Times Thurgood Marshall would be a good candidate for a dusty and dutiful biographical drama, one surveying his central role in Brown v. Board of Education, the towering 1954 civil rights landmark, and his years as the Supreme Court’s first black justice. That is not the movie…

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What Crime Most Changed the Course of History?

THEATLANTIC.COM Reginald Hudlin, director, Marshall Some of the greatest crimes are not considered illegal. The African slave trade changed history by forcibly disrupting millions of lives in two worlds—it robbed Africa of its people and perverted the foundation of America with a national sin, while leaving more than 1 million bodies dead in…

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Reginald Hudlin Says You Need to Be The Power!

By Chae’ Jones With no path from East St. Louis, IL to working in Hollywood, this man created one for himself. On “Spotlight On” our host Chae’ Jones sits down with director, producer, writer and Oscar Governor, Reginald Hudlin about his upcoming movie “Marshall” and his recently released DC comic…

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Marshall: Why Chadwick Boseman decided to play another historical figure

CHANCELLOR AGARD | @CHANCELLORAGARD To read more from our Fall Movie Preview, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands now, or buy it here. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. After playing Jackie Robinson (42) and James Brown (Get On Up), Chadwick Boseman wasn’t…

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Chadwick Boseman Talks Real-Life and Fictional Superheroes

by: J. K. Schmid Special to the AFRO / (Photo by J.K. Schmid) / August 2, 2017 Chadwick Boseman, star of films such as “42”, “Get on Up”, and “Captain America: Civil War”, recently sat for a Q&A about the meaning of superheroes at the Landmark Theater in Baltimore’s after…

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THE BOOMERANG 25 LOVE JUST KEEPS COMING!

Boomerang at 25 Isn’t Just a ’90s Eddie Murphy Flick; It’s a World We Want to Live In By Tanisha C. Ford It is a Friday night on the set of 1992’s romantic comedy Boomerang. In between shooting takes for the now classic Thanksgiving-dinner scene, Eddie Murphy and cast trade jokes…

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TOO SHORT’S BOOMBOX PODCAST

The weekly podcast features Too $hort and his co-host Bobby Loco, and a wide range of guests including Too Short’s celebrity friends, social media influencers, taste makers, moguls, athletes, and many more. It wouldn’t be a Too $hort show without beautiful women, each episode includes the “BoomBox Girls” Leli Hernandez…

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POP CULTURE AND RACE DISCUSSION AT CEE

Collette Bowers Zinn, an educator and parent at my children’s school, organized a panel discussion about race and the media. She invited parents at the school who work in media to participate. So I was on a panel with Rage Against the Machine’s Tom Morello, Entertainment Tonight’s Kevin Frazier, BET…

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REGGIE IN THE LOS ANGELES TIMES ON BLACK FILM INTERNATIONAL DISTRIBUTION

Disproving the ‘black films don’t travel’ Hollywood myth By Tre’vell Anderson On his way to winning a best picture Oscar for “Moonlight,” a film made for a minuscule $1.5 million, writer-director Barry Jenkins took time between awards-season red carpet appearances for a six-city European promotion tour. It was time well…

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Fox Studios Black History Month Key Note Speaker: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar

FoxGives is an organization that offers Fox colleagues in Los Angeles opportunities to engage in purpose-driven programs tied to the content they produce and the communities in which they live and operate. Through philanthropic support of non-profit organizations, hands-on volunteering, screenings and discussions, their goal is to positively impact the world around…

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