You'll never see the president's tweets the same way again.
She said she wasn’t allowed to sound "black” on the job, unless she was taking the "black girl calls."
Mo'Nique leveraged her recent media blitz with an appearance Monday on “Good Morning America,” where she continued to express
In his response, Daniels said that wasn't exactly what he said and suggested Mo’Nique should “play ball” in order to sustain
“I didn’t say that exactly…We were out on the campaign and she was making unreasonable demands…and this is where reverse
“A whole lot of actors are difficult. And there’s a whole lot of actors who are mean and terrible, but they work all the
In a new interview with The Hollywood Reporter, the 47-year-old actress claims director Lee Daniels recently said that she's
I was deeply saddened to learn about the recent death of Hall of Fame baseball player Tony Gwynn. Tony was a star for the
Actress Xosha Roquemore brings the laughs as Tamra, a no-nonsense nurse and Mindy’s office gal pal on “The Mindy Project.” She joins HuffPost Live to chat about this season of the show, diversity on television, the pressure of Hollywood and more.
Babies get excited about everything -- from food to new toys -- but nothing is more exciting (or adorable) than getting to
Come on little guy! You can do it, don't give up! Watching puppies learn to climb stairs just never gets old. This tiny Pomeranian
3 popped kernels (Scale: 0-4) Through tumultuous times, butler Cecil Gaines serves eight different Presidents with unwavering
Lee Daniels' The Butler is some serious, probably effective Oscar bait. It is also -- these things so often go together -- audience-pandering History Lite.
Geoffrey Fletcher smiles when Violet & Daisy is described to him as feeling like a strange mash-up of Tarantino and Wes Anderson.
Geoffrey Fletcher's filmmaking debut, Violet & Daisy, is the summer's oddest, most original treat. Imagine a script by Quentin Tarantino, directed by Wes Anderson - and you have an idea of just how deliciously surprising this film can be.
In New York City's Harlem circa 1987, an overweight, abused, illiterate teen who is pregnant with her second child is invited
There are many ways to interpret Precious. I acknowledge that Precious is about the darkest of human tragedies and, yes, depicts a horrible truth. The well-crafted art of film is always fiction presented as an artifact of truth. Pablo Picasso once said, "art is the lie that reveals the truth."
The Paperboy won't appeal to everyone. But if you enjoy a deliciously dark Southern Gothic thriller, this one's about as good as they get.