brian tyree henry

The "Widows" actor said working with the Academy Award–winning actress was "a living, breathing master class."
It's more than a genre movie starring Viola Davis and Liam Neeson. It's a perfect portrait of race and power imbalance in our country.
Culture & Arts
Except for maybe white people failing to start a new city because of The Cheesecake Factory (and racism).
After the Toronto Film Festival, the season's early front-runners — "A Star Is Born," "Widows" and "First Man" — will probably be giant crowd-pleasing hits.
Black Voices
This is what happens when keeping it real goes incredibly wrong incredibly fast.