It’s been a wild couple of days since the Sony hackers, who go by the name “Guardians of Peace” released some very private and very telling emails between Sony brass and high-powered movie makers.
This Friday is going to be one of the biggest social justice weekends for movies. Why? Because, as the Universe would have it, Hollywood is ironically playing host to the best and worst of Hollywood’s tendencies when it comes to minorities in films.
So…apparently, there’s going to be a biopic about the love story of President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama? I’m intrigued and concerned. If there’s any movie that needs to be done right, it’s this one.
The Hobbit: The Battle of the Five Armies is about one week away and if you’ve been on tenterhooks awaiting the arrival of the movie, these new stills will possibly make it that much harder for you.
I’m back with more #BlackOutEveryday Christmas shopping! If you loved the shopping suggestions for the men in your life, I hope you’ll find this article, about great online shops for women, just as informative. To be honest, I actually need to pay attention to this article myself, since I have yet to get my Christmas shopping underway. #Christmasprocrastination.
Here are five of the many black-owned shops out there that are sure to have the perfect gifts for your the women on your list.
In the few days after the no indictment decision from New York concerning the Eric Garner case, Twitter has been a firestorm of discussion about race, policing, and crime. Two hashtags that developed include #AliveWhileBlack and #CrimingWhileWhite.
Amazing news, everyone! The cast for Suicide Squad has been set and there are some really interesting actors assigned to play The Joker, Deadshot, Harley Quinn and more. Here’s the official press release:
So, how do we feel about that Sleepy Hollow midseason finale? I know there’s a lot of fans dealing with emotional bruising right now.
Say it ain’t so! Why did it have to be him! “It’s so hard to say goodbye to yesterday!”
It’s time to pour some out for our homie, Capt. Frank Irving. He fought the good fight. He bested War and significantly weakened him. However, why’d he have to die!
After the grand jury verdict in Ferguson, MO, many have participated in #BlackOutFriday, an economic protest to show that black dollars, which make up about $1 trillion of the country’s revenue, isn’t worth more than black lives.