(Black PR Wire) As production starts for Tyler Perry’s exciting new project for Netflix, Six Triple Eight, an all-star cast has been announced. Beloved host, producer, and actress Oprah Winfrey and acclaimed actress Kerry Washington are joining the cast of the upcoming epic film. The two talents will star alongside actress Ebony Obsidian, known for her role […]
BEVERLY HILLS, CA (February 17, 2022) – Today, the NAACP and BET revealed the performers and presenters for the “53rd NAACP Image Awards.” Nine-time Grammy Award-winning singer and two-time Academy Award-nominated actress and producer Mary J. Blige will take the stage to perform at this year’s show. The “53rd NAACP Image Awards,” hosted by seven-time NAACP Image Awards winner Anthony Anderson, airs Saturday, […]
Kerry Washington took to Instagram to celebrate #Scandal100 with behind the scenes footage from last night's episode.
Olivia gets a glimpse of what life would have been like for everyone had she never helped to rig the election in favor of Fitz.
Abby gets her entire life handed to her by the agents who orchestrated Frankie Vargas' assassination.
Kerry wants to raise awareness on the main reason why women don't walk away from abusive relationships.
Black girls can be engineers, astrophysicists or analysts like Kerry Washington’s new character in Disney Pixar’s third installment of their kid-popular Cars series. Washington will lend her voice to the Cars 3 character Natalie Certain, a mathematician whose book-smarts can sometime cloud her windshield judgement. Cars 3 hits theaters June 16, 2017. RELATED STORIES: Hot […]
The gladiators uncover some major information as Cyrus gets even more desperate to prove that he didn't kill Frankie Vargas.
Kerry Washington may have her hands full as a wife, mother of two and the star of the ABC hit show Scandal, but that doesn’t mean that she can’t handle even more projects on her plate. She is set to star in the upcoming thriller for TriStar Pictures titled The Perfect Mother and it sounds […]
As the time has come again for us to honor those whose work in the fields of television, music, literature, film and social justice shone so brightly via the 48th Annual NAACP Image Awards, we’d like to take a moment to express our gratitude for those who made a tough year so much easier to survive.