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    Why Alfre Woodard Thinks 'Everybody Gets Left Out' of Film Awards Race

    Golden Globes nominations announcer Alfre Woodard has some thoughts about the lack of diversity in the 2018 awards season. “Every year, in every awards race that tries to pretend like you can put art in a horse race, everybody gets left out,” the actress and activist told Variety on Wednesday. “I want people to start [...]

  • 'Father Figures' film premiere

    'Father Figures' Premiere Raises Funds for Southern California Wildfire Victims

    The real world intruded a bit on the world premiere of “Father Figures” at the TCL Chinese in Hollywood on Wednesday. On the red carpet, producer Ivan Reitman made a pitch for funds to help victims of the Thomas Fire. Earlier in the week, he and his family were forced to evacuate their Montecito home. “I’m [...]

  • 'Grown-ish' TV show premiere

    A Meme Inspired 'Black-ish' Spinoff 'Grown-ish,' Creator Kenya Barris Says

    Creator Kenya Barris unintentionally tapped into the mind of “Grown-ish’s” target demographic when coming up with the idea for a spinoff of his acclaimed ABC sitcom, “Black-ish.” “I saw a meme one day and it said, ‘Where would Zoey go to college?’ I was like, ‘This is a f—ing show.’ That was my lightbulb moment,” [...]

  • 'Bright' film premiere

    Will Smith Discusses 'Bright's' Racial, Social, Allegorical Undertones

    “Bright” may not be hitting theaters as a traditional release, but many of the film’s stars turned out to see the movie the old-fashioned way at the Regency Village Theatre in Westwood on Wednesday night. The David Ayer-directed sci-fi pic represents Netflix’s first big-budget foray into the original film arena, and plenty of the filmmakers and [...]

  • 'Pitch Perfect 3' film premiere

    Elizabeth Banks, Rebel Wilson Celebrate Women's Empowerment at 'Pitch Perfect 3' Premiere

    Conversations of female empowerment sounded through the red carpet at “Pitch Perfect 3’s” world premiere on Tuesday night. Anna Kendrick, Rebel Wilson, Elizabeth Banks, and Hailee Steinfeld were joined by the rest of the Bella’s a capella group at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood to commemorate the final installment in the music-driven trilogy. Wilson praised Kay [...]

  • Holiday Soul Party

    Lena Waithe on Inclusive Storytelling: 'There's Still a Long Way to Go'

    Lena Waithe is also rooting for everybody black. The first African-American woman to be nominated (and later win) for an Emmy Award in the outstanding writing for a comedy series category said that in so many words at the third annual Holiday Soul Party on Tuesday night, held at the United Talent Agency in Beverly [...]

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