Halle Berry Shared A Touching Story About Late Actor Sidney Poitier And When She Won The Best Actress Oscar
"Sidney epitomized what a man should be."
"The greatest of the 'Great Trees' has fallen."
“It’s been said that Sidney Poitier does not make movies, he makes milestones,” former president Barack Obama once said of the revered actor, who was the first Black man to win an Oscar.
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I never said this was going to be easy.
Katharine Hepburn telling off a racist coworker in Guess Who's Coming to Dinner...that's a yes from me.
“If you tell a complicated story with radical empathy, then perhaps people can watch that, and feel moved by that. And maybe they’ll consider what policies might be changed to make life better.”
Are you a movie buff or what?
Have you seen Some Like It Hot?
Warning: This one's hard.
The on-set rivalry between Veronica Lake and Fredric March was WILD.
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It's time to prove yourself!
Because we love daddies in black and white.
"We, as black people, have been celebrated more for when we are subservient, when we are not being leaders or kings or being in the center of our own narrative driving it forward," said the actor, who was surprisingly not nominated for an Oscar for his portrayal of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.