"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.
Besides showing compassion for Derek Chauvin, Keith Ellison also revealed that he was unsure of what the verdicts would be up until the moment they were read.
"I know many of you want to reach for your remote when you feel Hollywood is preaching to you," says King, "but as the mother of a Black son who fears for his safety, no fame or fortune changes that."
In the lengthy diatribe, Carlson failed to mention the many Democrats and members of the media who have defended the officer who shot and killed Ma’Khia Bryant.
Things got contentious when a former deputy sheriff disagreed with Carlson’s opinion of the Derek Chauvin guilty verdict.
Lemon does not believe that the police killing of Adam Toledo belongs in the same realm as that of George Floyd and Daunte Wright.
What viewers should expect to see as the Minnesota v. Derek Chauvin trial unfolds in the coming weeks and months.
Paley Front Row presented by Citi (2021). Stars and the creator of OWN's Queen Sugar (Ava DuVernay, Dawn-Lyen Gardner, Kofi Siriboe, and Rutina Wesley) gather with moderator Michele Norris at Paley's Black History Month celebration to salute their show and Black Achievements in Television. Topics include: DuVernay's decision to rewrite the fifth season to reflect how the Black community was affected by COVID-19 and racial unrest stemming from George Floyd's murder; why it was considered crucial to put the show's beloved characters in 2020's stressful situations; how the setting's Louisiana sugarcane farm affects all the storylines; the off-screen dynamics of "siblings" Wesley, Gardner, and Siriboe; the use of Black female directors and writers on the show; and DuVernay's hope that the new season's headline-inspired episodes will make viewers appreciate having survived 2020's horrors.
In a wide-ranging conversation, director Deirdre Fishel discusses the stories of institutional sexism she heard from the female cops she followed and how she hopes police departments across the country will be reformed in the wake of George Floyd's death.
Sean Penn says there’s “an awful lot to be optimistic about” with Donald Trump out of the White House, but he still worries about the culture which led to “this failed businessman turned fake billionaire on a TV show” becoming the president.
Carlson said that no one knew what Juneteenth was before last year, while at the same time attacking Mitch McConnell for his comments on George Floyd’s killers.
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.
Global leaders gather for Paley International Council Summit 2020: Globally Connected: Media in the 21st Century, on November 11, 2020, to hear a discussion of "The Road to Recovery for the Media Business and the Broader Economy." COVID-19 accelerated the disruption that media companies were already facing and the crisis raised a number of unique challenges for the industry in particular. Despite that, or perhaps as a result of it, the industry also has the ability to uniquely adapt, lifted by the growing demand for entertainment, information and community. On the road to recovery, what and where are the revenue opportunities and how does the media business re-shape itself to survive and ultimately thrive within the broader economy? Speakers: Raymond J. McGuire, Former Vice Chairman, Citigroup; Former Chairman, Banking, Capital Markets & Advisory, Citigroup; Faiza J. Saeed, Presiding Partner, Cravath, Swaine & Moore LLP.
CNN's Van Jones broke down in tears after Joe Biden defeated President Donald Trump in the election.
Presented by Citi. Larry Wilmore, host and EP of Peacock's Wilmore, joins moderator Al Roker at PaleyFest Fall TV Previews 2020 to celebrate his show. Topics include: purposeful dissimilarities between his new "pared-down" talk series and "The Nightly Show with Larry Wilmore"; current plans for 11 episodes and uncertainty about continuing beyond the election; why platforms like Peacock and Hulu, which boast both live and streaming services, are likely "the future"; the advantages of producing TV during the COVID-19 pandemic; how the quarantine affected the global response to the George Floyd video; how his podcast "Black on the Air" helped to improve his long-form interview skills; influence from "Tomorrow" host Tom Snyder; and fun times working with comedian and writer Amber Ruffin.
"Antebellum" co-directors Gerard Bush and Christopher Renz used the actual film lenses from "Gone With the Wind" to shoot new horror movie.
"I feel like the country that I thought we were living in was a myth," Stapleton told "CBS This Morning."
In a new, brief stand-up set, comedian Katt Williams slams President Trump's coronavirus response and urges people to vote and show support for Black Lives Matter. In a partnership with the clothing brand Supreme, Williams delivered his set to a non-existent audience on an empty stage. He also showed off a new, rainbow-colored hairstyle in […]
Saldaña, who was criticized for darkening her skin to play the late soul icon, expresses her regrets in emotional Instagram chat with "Pose" creator Steven Canals.
"Kindergarten Cop" gets the boot from a Portland drive-in screening series after social media complaints and accusations that it's akin to "Birth of a Nation" and "Gone With the Wind."
Carlson cited leaked body cam footage of Floyd’s arrest in questioning autopsy results, though he admitted that the footage proves nothing.
The actor explains how his new comedy relates to the George Floyds of the world, reveals bias he's faced in Hollywood.