When in New York City, you do what New Yorkers do, right? That’s exactly what I did Saturday when I attended the “Do the Right Thing” 25th Anniversary block party in Brooklyn.
I’ve got some inspiring as well as sad news to share: Kerry Washington gets very candid about “Scandal” and the show’s creator, Shonda Rhimes, offers some straight forward advice of her own. And Hollywood legend Ruby Dee passed away today. There’s also my watchlist and what’s hot (Oprah hanging out with the cast of “A […]
First it was Revolt TV airing Notorious B.I.G.’s 1994 hit “Juicy” during its debut then an hour later came VH1’s “CrazySexyCool: The TLC Story” causing me to relive the entire 1990s— and that was just Monday night. Now, there’s news that Spike Lee’s iconic 1989 film “Do the Right Thing” may become a Broadway musical.
“Frankly my dear, I don’t give a damn.” “Go ahead, make my day.” “I’ll be back…” “Well, nobody’s perfect.” These quotes—from “Gone with the Wind,” “Dirty Harry,” “The Terminator” and “Some Like It Hot,” respectively—have gone from the movie screens of yore to be imprinted indelibly into our consciousness.
This month on XFINITY On Demand Cinema Asian America features the premiere of Tanuj Chopra’s acclaimed, award-winning debut feature film, “Punching At The Sun.” A stand-out at the Sundance and San Francisco Int’l Asian American Film Festivals, “Punching at the Sun” is a crackling, emotionally-charged dream ride through the streets of Elmhurst, Queens. A tale […]
By Errin Haines, Associated Press ATLANTA – The country’s first broadcast network aimed at African-American audiences is set to debut this fall with free movies, sports and documentaries. Atlanta-based Bounce TV will be an over-the-air channel supported by sponsors, showing programs for blacks ages 25 to 54. It is designed to be carried on the […]