Washington is the latest example of celebs getting caught doing good in real life, after he was video taped helping a homeless man in L.A.
John David Washington didn’t ask his superstar dad, Denzel Washington, for help breaking into the biz. In fact, he kept his acting aspirations a secret.
"He had kind of gone after me in a way that was completely, weirdly uncalled for," Couric said.
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The writer/producer/actress behind the upcoming thriller "Queen & Slim" was speaking about whether getting movies made by black directors into theaters will soon be easier.
These Hollywood couples, including Tom Hanks and Rita Wilson, have found romance that's lasted decades.
Denzel Washington is in talks to star in the thriller "Little Things" for Warner Bros., sources tell Variety. "The Blind Side" and "The Highwaymen" director John Lee Hancock is board to write. He's also being eyed to direct, though a deal for that has not yet been closed. The story follows a burned-out Kern County […]
While most nomination reactions were generic with shout-outs to the Hollywood Foreign Press Association, co-stars and others in their categories, there were some — for instance, Sacha Baron Cohen straight trolling Sarah Palin — that stand out from the rest.
Denzel Washington has been named the recipient of the 2019 American Film Institute’s Life Achievement Award, the organization announced Friday. The star of “Training Day,” “Fences,” “Malcolm X” among many more will receive the award at a gala tribute on June 6, 2019 in Los Angeles. The event will be aired on TNT followed by an encore presentation on Turner Classic Movies.
On Tuesday night, the two-time Oscar winner joined Haynes and his five fellow national Youth of the Year nominees at the Boys & Girls Clubs of America annual gala in Washington, D.C. “It was a magical day and night — just getting to talk to and listen to these young people,” Washington told Yahoo Entertainment on Wednesday morning as he participated in interviews with Youth of the Year winner Haynes.
John David Washington would reenact his father Denzel's film "Glory" for hours at a time when he was a kid. Now he stars in Spike Lee's "BlacKkKlansman."
Denzel Washington and son John David Washington get side-by-side movie promos in the New York City subways
In a twist straight out of a movie, “The Equalizer 2” shot past “Mamma Mia! Here We Go Again” to steal the box office crown. Going into the weekend, it looked like “Mamma Mia! 2” would easily debut at No. 1. Final numbers won’t come in until Monday, but weekend estimates show Sony’s “The Equalizer” […]
Denzel Washington is one of the most acclaimed actors of his generation, equally adept at rigorous drama, sweet romance, and no-nonsense action. It’s the latter vein in which he’ll be working with this weekend’s The Equalizer 2, the first sequel of his long and illustrious career, which will find him revisiting the character of Robert McCall for another tale of urban vigilante justice. “I do a lot of them,” Washington informs Foxx during their amusing sit-down ahead of Friday’s release of The Equalizer 2.
Denzel Washington has a pretty simple explanation for why Robert McCall is the first film character he's played twice: "They wrote a script and I read it and I liked it."
“Mean Girls” and “SpongeBob SquarePants: The Musical” led the field with 12 Tony Award nominations each on Tuesday, including Best Musical.
Jesus Shuttlesworth (Ray Allen) was supposed to crush his father, Jake (Denzel Washington), in the finale scene in "He Got Game." But fate — in the form of some lucky shots — intervened.
John David Washington started his acting career as a background player in 'Malcolm X,' which featured his father, Denzel Washington, in the lead role.
Denzel Washington characters rarely lack confidence, and neither does the criminal defense attorney he plays in the new legal drama Roman J. Israel, Esq. The film, written and directed by Dan Gilroy (Nightcrawler), follows the challenging journey of Israel, a behind-the-scenes defense attorney forced into a more public role after the death of his longtime partner and face of the law firm.