The Screen

Talk about legendary status. Comedian and actor Bernie Mac made us laugh with hit stand up routines, and his scene-stealing ability in movies and television. This week, the late comedian will be featured on TV One’s Unsung: Hollywood, in an episode you definitely don’t want to miss. Mac, whose real name was Bernard McCullough, got his start […]

Over the years we’ve seen more than our fair share of movies aimed towards the black audience.

It’s kinda hard to believe that Bernie Mac’s been gone for two years already.

Old school porn legend Vanessa Del Rio may have put a hurting on Bernie Mac while filming Soul Men, but after the jump check out some of the things she had to say about the late, great comic.

Sometimes love can be a hard thing. But when you’re the bum-standing-next-to-a-jewel, like Affion Crockett does with Sharon Leal in Soul Men, then love turns into a myriad of things as you’ll see in this The Urban Daily exclusive interview!

Director Malcolm D. Lee has had an interesting time making <em>Soul Men</em>. With a cast of all-stars, the filmmaker du jour sits down with <strong>The Urban Daily</strong> to talk life, love and family.

Most people in the press are saying that Bernie Mac's last film is a sad last act for the critically-acclaimed and beloved star. But if anyone knows about folks from Chicago, they couldn't care less about what you say and more about what they feel.

Old school R&B singers are classic… especially when they are played by Samuel L. Jackson and the late Bernie Mac. The two stars team up for this November’s appropriately titled Soul Men.