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Is The Oscars Finally Moving in the Right Direction?

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Did Sunday’s Oscars Show Signs that the Academy Is [finally] Moving in the Right Direction? Are the Oscars moving in the Right Direction (right decision)? In short, and as Hollywood’s big night proved, yes. The Academy finally got it right. People of color, minorities, women, and the culture were at the helm of Sunday’s big […]

Chadwick Boseman Wins Best Actor at Golden Globes

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The World is still devastated by the sudden loss of Chadwick Boseman. Although Chadwick may not be here physically, it doesn’t mean people have forgotten what a talented actor he was. Six months after his death, Chadwick was nominated for his first-ever Golden Globe in the Best Actor, Film category for playing Levee Green’s role […]

2021 Golden Globes Recap: The Biggest Wins & Snubs

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The 2021 Golden Globe Awards was presented virtually this past weekend, celebrating excellence in film and television during an unconventional year for the arts. The awards also come on the heels of the Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) coming under fire for having no Black members and their lack of representation for Black art. However, […]

2021 Golden Globe Nominations: Everyone We’re Rooting For

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On Sunday, February 28th, NBC will air the 78th Annual Golden Globe Awards. Mark your calendars because this year, there’s so much for us to celebrate. Best Motion Picture, Musical or Comedy Hamilton Disney+ won the bidding war to bring Lin-Manuel Miranda’s groundbreaking Broadway smash hip-hopera into our living rooms.  Hamilton debuted on Disney+ in […]

Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom: Oscars Here We Come

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Denzel Washington’s adaptation of August Wilson’s award-winning stage play, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is nothing less than captivating. This George C. Wolf directed masterpiece is streaming on Netflix, beginning Friday, December 18, 2020. Like its predecessor Fences, Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom is a study in the complexity of being Black in White America and the […]