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Mathew Knowles Is Producing A Musical About Destiny's Child

Former Destiny's Child manager, otherwise known as Beyoncé's father Mathew Knowles, is capitalizing on his experiences managing the iconic girl group and has plans to produce a musical which will feature Destiny's Child’s vast catalog. In a statement obtained by Broadway, Knowles revealed Survivor: The Destiny's Child Musical will premiere in the group's hometown of Houston in 2020...

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'Extra' Suspends A.J. Calloway Amid Mounting Allegations Of Sexual Misconduct

Longtime TV personality A.J. Calloway has been suspended by Extra while an investigation into his sexual misconduct allegations is completed. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Extra host was previously suspended months after author and domestic-violence activist Sil Lai Abrams came forward last June accusing him of sexual assault in 2006. He reportedly pulled out his anatomy...

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Actor Liam Neeson Makes Disturbing Admission That He Once Sought To Kill A Random Black Man Out Of Vengeance

Movie star Liam Neeson, known for his role in the Taken trilogy, made a startling admission in a recent interview. On Monday, The Independent reported the Northern Ireland native shared his fantasy to avenge a rape that happened years ago while promoting his latest film. Neeson explained that a Black man allegedly raped a female relative of his. Upon learning the race of the...

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22-Year-Old Filmmaker Karena Evans Helmed Drake's Star-Studded 'Nice For What' Video

Drake's latest music video has earned major buzz as it features 15 of the dopest women in Hollywood; however, we had to take a step back to acknowledge the dope woman behind the whole thing. Karena Evans is the 22-year-old director Drake's "God's Plan" and "Nice for What" videos. Veteran music video director and the man behind Popprok, Director X (who is making his feature film...

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10 Black YouTube Series That You Should Binge-Watch This Weekend

The Youtube series has become a staple in the pantheon of binge watch entertainment that should not be slept on. Ever since the very first days of Issa Rae's Awkward Black Girl, and even before, there have been talented young men and women creating series written, directed, produced and featured by people of color that tell our stories in the only way we can tell them. It's the least we...