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Stan Lee Was Intent on Moving Marvel Beyond ‘Very Young Children’ and ‘Illiterate Adults’

  Before he co-created the first black superhero in 1966, Marvel Comics writer Stan Lee adopted opposing philosophies from the

In Observance of Veterans Day…

When Hollywood attempts to dramatize elements of the military, it usually comes with a respectful effort to ensure that authenticity

Idris Elba Flashback: ‘Sexy’ Even Amid Biblical Plagues in ‘The Reaping’

Eleven years before this week’s Sexiest Man Alive coronation by People Magazine, Idris Elba was waist deep in blood-infested waters

Pharrell Threatens Trump with Lawsuit Over Use of ‘Happy’

Pulled this 2013 audio out of the vault when I heard that Pharrell Williams sent a cease and desist letter

In Remembrance of Ntozake Shange…

In 2010, Tyler Perry took on the challenge of adapting Ntozake Shange’s “for colored girls who have considered suicide /

‘Halloween’: The Franchise That Won’t Die

Jamie Lee Curtis returns to theaters this weekend in another “Halloween” movie, her fifth and the franchise’s 11th. Billed as

New Trailer: Michaela Coel in Been So Long (Netflix)

You loved her in the British sitcom “Chewing Gum,” and now Michaela Coel is playing a single mum wooed by

Exclusive Clip: PBS Doc ‘The Circus’ Spotlights Pioneering Black Bandleader

A long overdue spotlight on the presence of African American jazz musicians in The Greatest Show on Earth will be

Matt Damon: Climbing Down That Wall in The Bourne Identity was ‘Horrifying’

In celebration of Matt Damon’s brilliance as the irritable, ill-tempered Matt Kavanaugh on Saturday Night Live, it’s only right that

Pause for the Cause: Public Social Justice Forum in L.A.

The care with which we choose our judges couldn’t be more glaringly apparent after the week we just endured… In

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