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As Kaluuya celebrates his 32nd birthday today, some unsettling news concerning his treatment in Hollywood has surfaced.

Watch the official trailer for upcoming film Judas and The Black Messiah starring LaKeith Stanfield, which is set to hit theaters Feb. 12 and HBO Max 31 days after its' theatrical release.

"Racism is more pronounced in America," explains the English actor who says his home country hides its prejudice more slyly than the U.S.

John Krasinski has left comedy behind him and directed one of the best horror movies of all time. A Quiet Place is being called one of the best movies of the year so far. I sat down with John to discuss the making of this film, what it was like pulling emotion out of his […]

Navigating the work force can be hard work, especially if you’re Black, a person of color, or apart of a marginalized community. While some of us might have The Autobiography of Malcolm X on Kindle, all of us can’t fight the power like Colin Kaepernick. There’s bills that need paying and let’s be real — […]

The script came together after many long nights, when he says he wasn't sure it would ever get made.

Get Out star Daniel Kaluuya schooled a well-meaning reporter who asked him an awkward and ignorant question on the Oscars red carpet this past Sunday night. After the reporter commented that Get Out “ticked a lot of boxes” and “raised a lot of important things,” Kaluuya responded “We’re not boxes though. Articulating a black experience isn’t […]

The “Get Out” actor remembers the time Kyrie Irving learned about being trade from Cleveland to Boston on the set of “Uncle Drew.”

  People of color everywhere rejoiced in unison last night after Jordan Peele accepted the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay for Get Out, becoming the first Black writer to do so.   No one was more excited for Peele than his Key & Peele partner, Keegan Michael Key:   In honor of a new […]

“All we want is for MFs to leave us alone — maybe nights can build our own Wakanda or something.”

Jordan Peele will be screening his award-winning film “Get Out” absolutely FREE on Monday, February 19. Peele made the announcement on his Twitter account this week.   The screening is to celebrate the film’s one year anniversary. Fans of the film, or anyone who hasn’t seen it yet, will be able to see the film […]