Black Movies

Gabrielle Union is looking to make some new holiday memories. The actress will be starring in the Will Packer (Ride Along) drama, A Myers Christmas. The film will center around a divided family celebrating Christmas for the first time since their mother passed away, according to The Hollywood Reporter. It will be directed by David E. Talbert, who was behind […]

Hollywood’s favorite couple is putting on their production hats for a new teen comedy, Shadow and Act reports. Will Smith and his wife Jada Pinkett Smith landed…

  Last year was a big year for black films, but 2015 looks a bit bleak compared to it. There’s some gems to look forward to, however, like Ava DuVernay’s “Selma” and family friendly “The Jungle Book.” Take a look and see what films you have to see in 2015. January   “Selma”     […]

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An extended trailer for the new rendition of “Annie” hitting theaters this Christmas, starring Jamie Foxx and “Beasts of The Southern Wild” actress Quvenzhané Wallis, was released yesterday. It’s the latest in a long line of cinematic revisions with predominantly Black casts or Afro-centric twists. While the new “Annie” has already garnered its fair share of controversy, this […]

In No Good Deed Idris Elba is the villain and Taraji P. Henson is the terrified mother who must save herself and her child. If…

When we go to the movie theater to see a black film, they tend to be the same storyline over and over again. You know the story — it’s either one filled with struggle, slavery, crime, or slapstick comedy, and not much else in between. While we do support these films, we can’t say these are […]

Dana “Queen Latifah” Owens has been a staple in the entertainment industry since we first heard her put a microphone into submission on the 1988 track “Wrath Of My Madness.” Little did we know that the regal MC from East Orange, New Jersey would become a Hollywood powerhouse as an actress, director and producer. She’s […]

In “Tyler Perry’s The Single Moms Club,” five single mothers from very different walks of life whose children all attend the same exclusive prep school are bound together by their children’s bad behavior. Nia Long, Amy Smart, Cocoa Brown, Wendi McLendon-Covey and Zulay Henao star as the titular single moms battling divorce, separation and absentee fathers […]

Valentine’s Day will soon be upon us, and there’s no better end to a perfect date than cuddling up on the couch with the perfect romantic movie.  Whether your tastes run to the sultry, poetic vibes of “Love Jones” or having your funny bone tickled with a more romantic comedy like “Boomerang”,  Black cinema has […]

The science fiction genre has been an enduring staple in American culture.  Playing with infinite possible outcomes of humanity’s evolution (or destruction), moviegoers open their minds to visions of utopian societies, androids and artificial intelligence. Unfortunately, that progressive thinking didn’t extend to people of color as most sci-fi movies in the earlier part of the […]