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These 6 Movies Cement Why Snoop Dogg Has Earned His Hollywood Walk Of Fame Star

Rap legend Snoop Dogg has received his well-earned star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, according to ABC 7 Eyewitness News. The event, which took place on Monday and featured speeches from Jimmy Kimmel, Dr. Dre and Quincy Jones, marks the 2,651st addition to the star-studded sidewalk memorial. Snoop Dogg received Hollywood's highest honor for his iconic music career, but he's also made a...

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Danai Gurira Was Mistaken For Viola Davis By Several Stock Photo Agencies At The Academy's Governors Ball

Cicely Tyson might have been awarded her well-earned honorary Oscar at the Governors Awards Sunday night, but the night couldn't go long without other Black actresses getting the short end of the stick in Hollywood. According to The Root, several stock photo agencies mislabeled Danai Gurira as Viola Davis, who wasn't even in attendance at the Governors Awards ceremony. Viola...

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'Covers': 'Rafiki' Helmer Wanuri Kahiu To Direct Romance Film Set In LA's Music Scene

Rafiki director Wanuri Kahiu has already lined up her next project. According to Deadline, Kahiu will direct Los Angeles-set romance Covers, hailing from Universal and Working Title. There is not much else released about the film except that it will take place within Los Angeles' music scene. The only other interesting note about the film so far is that this script is from a...

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This 'Drumline' Producer Says His Relationship With Kim Porter Inspired The 2004 Film

The pop culture world is still reeling from the unexpected death of Kim Porter, model, actress and mother to Sean "Diddy" Combs' children. Music producer Dallas Austin revealed that the 2002 film Drumline was partially inspired by his memories of Porter. Austin was a producer on the film. On Instagram, he posted a prom picture of him and Porter, writing in the caption that he knew...

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Australian Political Drama 'Black B*tch,' Starring Award-Winning Actress Deborah Mailman, Is Coming To The U.S.

Australian political thriller series Black B*tch, starring The Sapphires and Cleverman's Deborah Mailman and Brothers & Sisters' Rachel Griffiths has been picked up by Keshet International. According to Deadline, Keshet will partner with Endeavor Content to distribute the series to America. The series is described as "a story of high stakes ambition, betrayal and treachery,...