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'Vagrant Queen' Trailer: Adriyan Rae Is Queen Of A Galactic Kingdom In Syfy Sci-Fi Series

Vagrant Queen, starring Adriyan Rae, Tim Rozon, Alex McGregor and Paul du Toit, now has a premiere date. The 10-episode series, based on the hit comic book series published by Vault Comics, will premiere on SyFy March 27 at 10 p.m. ET. The TV adaptation's creator, Jem Garrard, will act as showrunner and executive producer, heading an all-female team of directors and writers. The...

Film

5 Valentine's Day Movies to Watch On Netflix This Weekend

Valentine's Day is the ultimate romantic film season, and Netflix has a plethora of films to choose from. Get cozy with your boo or create your own Valentine's Day movie night with any one of these five films featuring some of your favorite Black leads. 1. The Incredible Jessica James The 2017 rom-com stars Jessica Williams as Jessica James, a New York playwright trying to...

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'Waves' Star Taylor Russell Sets Directorial Debut With 'The Heart Still Hums'

Waves star Taylor Russell is flexing her directing muscle with the documentary The Heart Still Hums. As co-director with her friend Savanah Leaf, the film will mark Russell's directorial debut, according to Variety. The film, Russell told Variety, follows women living in Sacramento “who are pregnant or young mothers who don't have a lot of resources or who are on the street and...

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Brian Tyree Henry Will Play Marvel's First Openly Gay Superhero In 'The Eternals'

Marvel is set to show its first openly gay couple on screen. Marvel's The Eternals is becoming one of the films Marvel fans are most excited about, partly because Brian Tyree Henry is playing Phastos, the Marvel Cinematic Universe's first openly gay superhero on-screen. We now know that Haaz Sleiman has been cast to play that love interest. In an interview with New Now Next,...

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Lil Rel Speaks On Black Men Holding Each Other Accountable In 'The Photograph'

Lil Rel Howery said he's happy that films like The Photograph are showing men holding other men accountable. "You watch films where it's kind of this boys club thing where you accept people doing BS, cause you a guy just doing a guy thing," he said after referencing how his character Kyle has to let his younger brother Michael (LaKeith Stanfield) know about his errors in his...