‘How High 2’ Movie Seeks Black Men For Roles; Petition Demands Method Man and Redman Appearances

MTV is filming the sequel to 2001 stoner cult film ‘How High’, which starred rap vets Method Man and Redman. The film is being shot in Atlanta and will star homegrown ... Continue Reading →

Viola Davis Regrets Oscar-Nominated Role In ‘The Help’

Actress Viola Davis is now one of the most iconic actresses of today’s movie era, but the Oscar winner says she regrets one of the most defining roles she ever played–that ... Continue Reading →

Forest Whitaker, Johnny Depp Investigate Notorious B.I.G.’s Murder in New Film, ‘City Of Lies’: Trailer

Veteran actors Forest Whitaker and Johnny Depp are the latest folks to take a closer look at the controversy and mystery surrounding the shocking 1997 assassination of rap icon The ... Continue Reading →

Migos, Lil Uzi Vert, and Snoop Dogg To Be Featured On ‘Bright’ Soundtrack

Hip Hop rules on Netflix’s upcoming action-thriller starring Will Smith and Joel Edgerton, ‘Bright’. And the soundtrack features some big names: A$AP Rocky, Future, ... Continue Reading →

Check Out The New ‘Blank Panther’ Trailer!

The trailer for Marvel Studios’ highly anticipated Black Panther flick is here. Here’s a rundown of what to expect in the all-Black film, which has been in the works for ... Continue Reading →

Rush Hour 4 Coming In 2018?

Fans of the “Rush Hour” movie franchise will be happy to hear that the 4th installment of the super-successful films is coming in 2018 IF, according to co-star Jackie Chan, ... Continue Reading →

Common To Star In ‘Cooley High’ Remake

Chicago rapper and actor Common will star in a remake of the 1970s Urban cult classic, Cooley High, according to reports. It hasn’t been announced what role Common will play in ... Continue Reading →

Tupac Biopic Trailer Released On Slain Rap Icon’s 45th Birthday

The long-awaited Tupac biopic film is about to be here–finally. And the trailer was released today, June 16th–what would have been the slain rapper’s 45th birthday. The ... Continue Reading →