Wendy Williams announced Wednesday that she is taking a three-week hiatus due to illness. Williams, host of the syndicated talk show, “The Wendy Williams Show,” told her viewers that she has been diagnosed with Graves’ Disease and that she will ...
Filmmaker Stanley Nelson knew he wanted to tell a story about the nation's historically black colleges and universities — not just about individual HBCUs, many of which have their own celebrated histories, but about what they collectively have meant to ...
A wave of feverish anticipation, fawning critical acclaim and groundbreaking cultural meaning pushed "Black Panther" to a record-setting $192 million debut in U.S. and Canada theaters, firmly establishing the superhero sensation as a box-office landmark.
Ryan Coogler was feeling overwhelmed by "Black Panther."
In a rambling interview with Vulture, music impresario Quincy Jones spoke candidly about a variety of topics.
The dopest podcast on NPR is now on HBO.
The supposedly cosmically vast Marvel Cinematic Universe, as it's called, spans planets peppered throughout the galaxy, but Ryan Coogler's Earth-bound "Black Panther," glittering and galvanizing, stands worlds apart.
Jill Scott is returning to the small screen. The Grammy Award-winning singer will make her debut on the new CW hit “Black Lightning” on Jan. 30 as the diabolical villainess Lady eve.
The 60th Grammy Awards primetime broadcast featured no awards handed out for rock or R&B, but comedy — and Dave Chappelle — got the spotlight on music's biggest night.
The Grammy Awards seemed poised to make this a triumphant year for rap at music's showcase event — until Bruno Mars crashed the party.
To say that rapper Cardi B is having a moment is an understatement.
The CW is introducing its first African-American superhero and he is fully charged and ready to strike. “Black Lightning” makes its electrifying debut on Jan. 16.
There's a Black Panther party going on all around the country.
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With a red carpet dyed black by actresses dressed in a color-coordinated statement, the Golden Globes were transformed into an A-list expression of female empowerment in the post-Harvey Weinstein era. Oprah Winfrey led the charge.