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Interviews,Television

Robinne Lee talks Syfy's 'Superstition,' her debut novel 'The Idea of You' & being a Black woman in Hollywood (EXCLUSIVE)

Robinne Lee won’t wait for someone to hand her an opportunity. Instead, she's created a space for herself. The veteran actress, writer, and producer is demanding to be heard. It’s early morning in Los Angeles, and Lee is dropping her children off at school as she talks to me. A jack-of-all-trades, she is obviously is a master multitasker. Her latest film, ‘Til Death Do Us Part just...

Film,Interviews

Andrew "King Bach" Bachelor on 'Where is the Money?,' being social media's king & what's next

Andrew "King Bach" Bachelor is ready to conquer the entertainment industry. The Toronto native burst onto social media dominating Vine -- the now discontinued micro-blogging platform as its most followed person. With a whopping 16.2 million followers on Vine as well as an immense platform across Instagram, Twitter, Facebook and YouTube, King Bach is arguably social media's biggest star....

Festivals,Film

Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival & Lecture Series celebrates 20 years on Oct. 21 & 22

Reel Sisters of the Diaspora Film Festival + Lecture Series is celebrating its 20th anniversary on Oct. 21 and Oct. 22. Founded by African Voices publisher Carolyn A. Butts – Reel Sister’s Film Festival provides a unique platform for women of color in an industry that so often shuts them out. “[We] have so many dynamic women who are now producing and who are making opportunities for...

Interviews,Television

Sam Adegoke talks 'Dynasty,' relatability and defining Jeff Colby for himself (EXCLUSIVE)

Thirty years after the world said goodbye, Dynasty has returned to television. The iconic ‘80s soap opera was a cultural phenomenon, and now The CW has reimagined it for the 21st century. Set in Atlanta, and following the rival Carrington and Colby families (this go-round, the Colbys are Black) the new series is giving the legendary soap some pretty insane twists. For relative newcomer,...

Film,Interviews

Regina Hall on the phenomenon that is 'Girls Trip,' 'Due North' and making Black women proud (EXCLUSIVE)

Regina Hall is just getting started. The veteran actress burst onto the scene nearly two decades ago in Malcolm D. Lee’ iconic film, The Best Man. Since then, she's been in everything from the Scary Movie franchise to Black-ish. However, the smash success of her the $100 million marvel Girls Trip – another Lee flick, has propelled the extremely busy actress back into the spotlight....