It's going to be a great night!
How many have you seen?
Queer Eye, Orange Is The New Black, and Stranger Things – you're not gonna want to leave the house this month!
"Are you messing with me?"
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With a lead role in Support the Girls and a big year yet to come, the Girls Trip star’s moment has finally arrived.
The world needs more Flossy Posse.
The world isn't ready for the magic that she is ready to show.
What am I doing with my life?
2017's comedic breakout star delivered a funny and moving speech at the New York Film Critics Circle Awards Wednesday night.
From Tiffany Haddish and Matt Damon to Wonder Woman and Tom Cruise, here are the actors, filmmakers, and studios with reason to celebrate 2017 — and others who likely can't wait to see it go.
It's time to think back on everything you loved this year.
"Hollywood has systems in place that must learn to expand its concepts of race, gender equality and inclusion in regard to its perceptions of art across the board."
So. Many. Good. Movies.
"Girls' Trip" Actor Tiffany Haddish Had A Potluck Dinner With Taylor Swift And Said The Food Was "Bomb"
"First off, Taylor can cook, okay? She can cook!"
Mine was the entirety of "Wonder Woman," TBH.
It wasn't that people didn't want to see the big movies. It's that they didn't want to see anything else.
"Girl, you can’t get no infection in your booty hole. It’s a booty hole!!!"
For many, Essence Fest is an annual tradition between friends, à la Girls Trip; for others, it’s a bucket-list goal, a journey to our very own mecca that every black woman knows she should make at least once in her life. In 2017, the safe space is needed now more than ever.
Long live the Flossy Posse.
"I don't care, I'll drink the juice. I'll drink the juice. I'll take a nap. I don't give a damn."
SOMEONE GIVE TIFFANY HADDISH AN OSCAR.
She's here to stay.
With Girls Trip, Tiffany Haddish is making sure she's someone audiences won't forget.
Nothing wrong with it, just saying.
"Every time women make a movie, or star in a movie — or god forbid, women make and star in a movie — it seems they have to prove more than other movies," Paul Feig told BuzzFeed News.