The series, which was inspired by the show with the same name that ran from 1988 to 1993, is already resonating with fans after combining the humor with the heartfelt with the heavy.
Acclaimed actor reflects on ‘inadvertently, unwittingly’ igniting #OscarsSoWhite movement and stirring real change in the industry.
Sam Pollard, director of the new "MLK/FBI" documentary, about how the FBI's unreleased recordings will impact the Civil Rights leader’s legacy.
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In 1968, late night talk shows like "The Tonight Show" weren't expected to comment on political issues, and Carson himself didn't feel like he was the person to address subjects like racial injustice and America's presence overseas. So he turned his platform over to someone who could.
"57 years ago to the date Martin Luther King Jr stood before a quarter of a million people from the steps of the Lincoln Memorial and spoke the words 'I have a dream,'" the athlete wrote on Instagram, sharing photos of the new tattoo
Oscar-winning screenwriter Eric Roth shares stories from the making of "Forrest Gump" as the hit film celebrates milestone anniversary and defends the film's portrayal of mental disability.
The film begins with the 1963 assassination of JFK, as then-VP Lyndon Johnson is sworn in, and follows LBJ through his successful presidential bid in 1964.