Acclaimed actor reflects on ‘inadvertently, unwittingly’ igniting #OscarsSoWhite movement and stirring real change in the industry.
Groundbreaking series' Emmy-winning stars Regina King and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II are proud that "Watchmen" shined a spotlight on long-ignored moment and show's role in "attempting to right the wrongs."
"Spiral" stars Chris Rock, Max Minghella and Marisol Nichols and director Darren Lynn Bousman talk about a "woke" kind of "Saw" movie.
The former first lady shared her parenting concerns amid the Black Lives Matter movement.
Viewers gladly welcomed Eboni K. Williams with open arms following the subtle, but powerful, statement she made in her very first scene.
The 27-year-old singer, who has portrayed himself as older and wiser in recent years amid his sobriety and marriage, debuted dreadlocks this week.
Many iconic looks have sashayed down the “Drag Race” runway, but none as important as Symone’s “Say Their Names” gown.
Vanessa Williams discusses rebounding after Miss America scandal, finding success in Hollywood and mentoring the next generation of Black artists.
What viewers should expect to see as the Minnesota v. Derek Chauvin trial unfolds in the coming weeks and months.
Ava DuVernay also explains how her show is a training ground for Black women.
"The Little Things" star Denzel Washington has nothing but respect for law enforcement: "If it weren’t for them, we would not have the freedom to complain about what they do."
The 33-year-old actor tells Yahoo Life about being a "fixer" and his motivation to leave his mark on the world.
Larry Elder pushed back on the notion that Trump supporters who stormed the Capitol were treated better than Black rioters would have been.
Charles Kelley, Hillary Scott and Dave Haywood explained their decision on the "Tamron Hall Show."
Film and TV mogul Tyler Perry has donated $100K to the legal defense fund of Kenneth Walker, the boyfriend of Black medical worker Breonna Taylor who was died in her own home at the hands of Louisville Metro Police Department plainclothes officers Jonathan Mattingly, Brett Hankison, and Myles Cosgrove. Mattingly, who was shot in the […]
Oscar winner doesn't hold back when it comes to the coronavirus pandemic, racial unrest and "one catastrophe after another," but says he sees "a lot of light at the end of these tunnels."
Steve McQueen’s new anthology series is comprised of five feature-length films inspired by real-life stories of racial injustice from England’s recent past. But many of these stories happen to be playing out in America’s present, from the inequities that have been exposed in our justice system to the biases that permeate police departments across the country.
Presented by Citi. Stars and creatives of The CW's All American (Taye Diggs, Daniel Ezra, Greta Onieogou, Samantha Logan, Michael Evans Behling, Karimah Westbrook, Monet Mazur, Bre-Z, Cody Christian, Jalyn Hall, Chelsea Tavares, Greg Berlanti, Nkechi Okoro Carroll, and Robbie Rogers) gather with moderator Albert Lawrence at PaleyFest NY 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: what makes the show stand out to Berlanti from the sundry other shows that he produces; Diggs' satisfaction in his young son initially watching the show for football sequences and getting sucked in by its drama; Monet's belief that themes on racism have resounded with viewers due to the Black Lives Matter movement; the double meaning of the show's title; the writers' refusal to wrap up "difficult" sub-plots quickly; producers' battle to rein in cast members from doing stunts themselves while in uniform on the football field; and how season three will "push the envelope" like never before.
Presented by Citi. Stars and creator of ABC's A Million Little Things (DJ Nash, Romany Malco, Allison Miller, Christina Moses, and Grace Park) gather with moderator Megan Vick at PaleyFest NY 2020 to celebrate their show. Topics include: Regina and Rome's mixed feelings about the loss of their would-be adopted baby; Maggie's "brand new day" as she heads to Oxford University; her potential future with Gary; season three's main theme of recovery; the decision to address difficult 2020 themes like COVID-19 and Black Lives Matter; Malco's pride in the show's responsible storytelling; their hopes for the audience to "feel seen" by the show and to embrace vulnerability; co-star Floriana Lima's promotion to series regular as Gary's new love interest, Darcy; and their favorite lines of dialogue from season three.
"The Trial of the Chicago 7" stars Eddie Redmayne and Yahya Abdul-Mateen II talk about the film's relevance in 2020.
George Takei tries to tune his "Star Trek" co-star out, yet can't help but laugh when he hears William Shatner's disparaging comments.