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INTERVIEW: Wayne Brady Opens Up About His Desire for His Own Sitcom, Why He’s No Sellout

Wayne Brady is one very talented brother and if you watched the latest episode of BET’s “Being Mary Jane” you got a sample of his genius.

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‘Beverly Hills Cop’ is a No-Go at CBS

CBS is not a fan of Beverly Hills. The network opted to pass on the TV version of “Beverly Hills Cop,” which would star Brandon T. Jackson as the son of Axel Foley, who was played by Eddie Murphy. The news came as a shock in some circles as the brand recognition and the promise […]

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As His ‘SNL’ Season Finishes Up, Taran Killam Shares Some Of His Fave Performers

As his third season on “Saturday Night Live” nears its end, Taran Killam has a lot of highlights to reflect on. For instance, there was the “Avengers” parody he co-wrote and appeared in with Jeremy Renner or the hypnotist sketch with Joseph Gordon-Levitt.

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Celebrate Eddie Murphy’s Career With A Streampix Salute

Throughout Murphy’s 30-plus years in show business, he’s been all things to all people. His wild, raunchy standup endeared him to adults. Movies like the “Beverly Hills Cop” series made him a hero to action flick fans. Films like “Dr. Dolittle” and “Daddy Day Care” earned him a sizable kid fan club.

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From ‘Menace II Society’ to ‘Poetic Justice’: Was 1993 the Golden Age of Black Movies?

By Adam Howard theGrio.com (Article originally published on theGrio.com.) Whether you love him or hate him, it seems as though Tyler Perry is the only game in town these days when to comes to movies targeted specifically at black audiences. His melodrama “Temptation” is set to hit theaters in just a couple weeks and will surely […]

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