“He doesn’t just show up, like, ‘Hey dudes, I’ve just learned martial arts! I’m going to save the world,’” Finn Jones told BuzzFeed News of his controversial character. “Actually, it’s the complete opposite.”
“I was showing up like Tracy Flick from Election with my papers.” —Drew Barrymore (WARNING: Spoilers ahead.)
From “President Agent Orange” to #StandWithGavin, the 59th Annual Grammy Awards didn’t avoid addressing the current political climate.
“This is something I want for every child of every race, and I feel it’s vital that we learn from the past and recognize our tendencies to repeat our mistakes.”
These actors and filmmakers blow our hair back.
John Legend says the newly minted POTUS could understand “what the struggle for equality has been over the years…”
“He saw us. It’s a wonderful and powerful thing to feel seen.” —Uzo Aduba, star of Orange Is the New Black
Toby Keith, 3 Doors Down, and more.
“Serve that tea, girl, put some lemon in it.” —Leslie Jones
The internet never forgets.
“Jenna Bush doesn’t care about black movies.”
Fences director Denzel Washington and the filmmakers behind Loving and Hidden Figures reveal why they chose to show a more human and less political side of the civil rights era.
From the man behind one of the biggest earworms of the year, to the woman we all wanted justice for in 2016, to, of course, Chris Pratt.
Sometimes, it’s not so hard to say goodbye.
Our picks for the best in black entertainment this year.
“Carrie was the brightest light in every room she entered.”
With only one from Lemonade.