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At San Diego Comic-Con Saturday, Marvel gave fans their first official look at the new film. Click inside to check it out!

Angela Bassett joins Millie Bobby Brown in Netflix’s upcoming fantasy film Damsel. Read more details inside.

We don't actually need a reason to fan girl over Angela Bassett, but the Internet gave us another excuse to give her all the praise. Some fans recently discovered the actress gave a completely improvised performance in one of her most memorable roles. Watch the classic scene inside.

Head inside and take our quiz to find out which of the queen's classic movie roles speaks to you most.

Angela Bassett secured the bag after a lengthy round of negotiations for Fox's flagship drama 9-1-1. A major win for Angela Bassett making history as the highest paid Black actress in television broadcast history. Here's a gallery of Angela Bassett's gorgeous and wealthy photos to celebrate this major moment. 

Netflix has another must-watch film on its hands and this one imagines our fave, Angela Bassett, as a "lethal" shot caller. 

The internet is always coming up with its' next social media trend, and this one may be one of our favorites. Fans are posting popular actors and entertainers, who "understood the assignment," or in the realm of acting, understood the role.

The newest HBO documentary gave fans a closer look inside Tina Turner's emotional climb to stardom in the documentary Tina. There are a few reasons why Angela Bassett deserves all of her flowers for her role in the classic film, What's Love Got to Do With It, that opened fans eyes to Tina Turner's tumultuous reality.

Prior to Ryan Reynolds work with Marvel starring in Deadpool, he once appeared on the other side of comic film in a DC Comics-inspired Green Lantern. People regard the film as one of the all-time worst superhero movies ever made, and it makes sense why Reynolds has never seen it until this St. Patrick's Day.

We've been asking for a seat at the table, and today ViacomCBS officially pulled out some chairs! The company announced their Entertainment and Youth Group will develop 50 films from first time BIPOC and women directors.