Viola Davis

After being nominated fora Grammy for narrating her audiobook memoir, Viola Davis could reach an elusive milestone.

'The Woman King' director Gina Prince-Bythewood spoke about the slave trade storyline in the film and physically training with her actors.

Viola Davis and Thuso Mbedu talk to Global Grind about "The Woman King" and playing women who don't abide by the rules.

John Boyega, Sheila Atim And Lashana Lynch spoke to the power of Black Women preparing for "The Woman King." And Boyega danced in his chair!

If you thought the Dora Milaje were fierce, wait until you see the trailer for ‘The Woman King.’ Sony just dropped the trailer for ‘The Woman King,’ which will arrive exclusively in movie theaters on September 16, 2022! The Woman King tells the remarkable story of the Agojie, the all-female unit of warriors who protected […]

Viola Davis has a response to the naysayers about her performance as Michelle Obama in Showtime's The First Lady. Read more inside.

Showtime’s newest drama series The First Lady debuted on Sunday. Viola Davis’ depiction of former first lady Michelle Obama has resulted in nonstop jokes on social media. See the funniest fan reactions inside.

Pull up a chair! Netflix announces new special with Oprah Winfrey and Oscar-winning actress Viola Davis, Oprah + Viola: A Netflix Special Event. The two sit down to discuss Davis' astonishing new memoir and memories of her childhood. Read more details inside.

Viola Davis shares first look photos of upcoming movie The Woman King on social media to properly kick off Black History Month. The historical movie starring Davis debuts exclusively in movie theaters this fall. See photos inside.

Sandra Bullock stars in a new drama, The Unforgivable, premiering in theaters and on Netflix this Fall. The trailer for the film debuted yesterday and it has fans already handing out awards to the cast and crew. 

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.

Viola Davis, her husband, Julius Tennon, and their daughter Genesis Tennon star in a photo essay directed by Regina King for W magazine's annual Directors Issue entitled, "BLACK AMERICANA: A Photo Essay On Love And Pain." These two television and film stars are invincible.