Sanaa Lathan opens up about the fear and catharsis of cutting off all her hair and going natural.
The actress's new look is for her role in the upcoming film "Nappily Ever After."
Creator Gina Prince-Bythewood says the show was sparked by George Zimmerman’s 2013 trial.
This isn't all fun and games.
The classic board game we all know and love has been updated for 2016 with a twist of racial inequality, and just in time for the holidays! Sanaa Lathan sells the sad truth in this hilarious parody commercial. To make a difference in the lives of those in foster care, visit http://sanaalathanfoundation.org/
Fox Broadcasting Co. has officially ordered an event series from Love & Basketball filmmaker Gina Prince-Bythe and Empire
Fox is developing a new event series revolving around a racially-motivated police shooting, Variety has learned. The project
Why Can't We Drop the Mic? 5 Black Stars Who Have No Business Making Rap Music, But Are Doing It Anyway
An overwhelming amount of Black professional athletes, movie stars, comedians, and countless others have gone as far as releasing singles, music videos, and full albums littered with trash bars, terrible beats, and ridiculous visuals. Here are 5 people who left us all dazed and confused
Sometimes getting to know someone needs to happen without the haze of sex. The fact of the matter is that intimacy breeds connection. And no matter how cute or how strong the initial chemistry, some people should not be a connection. The Perfect Guy is a perfect demonstration of that.
The star of "The Perfect Guy" counts on her peers to help her through difficult days in the acting business.
"It's like some kind of a freak thing that we’ve made all this money off this movie. That’s a problem for me.”