They don't call Jenifer Lewis the mother of Black Hollywood for nothing. Keep reading to see why this Aquarius queen is a mood for the ages.
While we celebrate the achievements of pioneering Black filmmakers and creatives like Ava DuVernay, Lena Waithe, Shonda Rhimes, Tyler Perry, Gina Prince Bythewood, Will Packer, and Barry Jenkins, it raises the question: Who’s next? Who is bubbling under the surface and will become the next power player to expand the images of Black life on the big and small screens, whether as writer, producer, or director? We have a few ideas.
Michael B. Jordan has taken the acting world by storm, so thankfully, GQ finally landed the 28-year-old on their October issue cover. After standout roles in The Wire and Friday Night Lights, MBJ has moved onto the big screen with lead roles in Fruitvale Station, Fantastic Four, and now as one of the most famous fictional boxers of our time, […]
Before Shonda Rhimes introduced Olivia Pope and Annalise Keating to the world, the most popular Black lawyer on TV was Claire Huxtable, male or female. Let that sink in.