Pam Grier

Jay Pharoah is set to portray Richard Pryor in the film.
Grier says she's happy to see more movies like "Wonder Woman" and "Proud Mary" continuing her legacy.
Black Mama, White Mama (1973). Pam Grier and Margaret Markov in a distaff version of The Defiant Ones (1957). With lots of
"My hair is an aesthetic choice... At the same time, how you wear your hair is a political statement as well." -Erykah Badu
This week I talked with actor Pam Grier -- legendary for her starring roles in Foxy Brown and Jackie Brown, and for her role as Kit Porter on The L Word -- about Dining Out for Life, being a spokesperson for this fabulous event and her spin on LGBT issues.
We caught up with musician, director, screenwriter, and Quentin Tarantino-collaborator RZA and former WWE champion Dave Bautista to chat about their upcoming film, The Man with the Iron Fists.
Pam Grier, the famous blaxploitation films' femme fatale, turns 63 this Saturday, May 26. From "Foxy Brown" to "Jackie Brown
There's no word yet on which ladies will actually grace the B.O.W page, but check out the six finalists chosen below. Approximately
As for some past beauties -- several have gone on to become big celebrities, like "Foxy Brown" actress Pam Grier and Band
The making of the Neema Barnette-directed suspense thriller was an artistic process that began in Los Angeles, according
But when she was advised that filming would last for two months, with the director considering New Mexico, she really had
My vision of starring in an equestrian themed couture campaign were dashed upon the realization that my initial horseback riding experience was more congruent with that of a spaghetti western!
"A Look Back" is a daily column that highlights a moment from fashion's fabulous past. Today's pick is of actress Pam Grier
From the slick noir of Melvillie's Le Samourai to Drive's homage to new wave, style can be just as important to films as
In 1997, following the success of 'Reservoir Dogs' (1992) and the award-winning 'Pulp Fiction' (1994), director Quentin Tarantino
The 1970s represented the dawning of a new era for African Americans, specifically in Hollywood as a deluge of movies centering
The Toronto International Film Festival has a long-standing reputation as low-key, unstressful and friendly to the press. So maybe that's why when something goes wrong it seems even more shocking.
Could a man use cocaine so excessively that it causes a toxic build up in his sexual partner's vagina? That's what L Word