I like to think that people have the ability to change for the better. But when the Governor resurfaced a couple of episodes ago on AMC’s “The Walking Dead” something told me this dude was still cray-cray.
I first became familiar with Kasi Lemmons from her role as an FBI trainee in 1991’s “The Silence of the Lambs”–one of my favorite movies–but upon careful inspection, I soon realized that Lemmons also was one of the four women with whom Spike Lee’s character Half-Pint was hoping to score in 1988’s “School Daze.”
By Courtney Garcia, theGrio.com (Article originally published on theGrio.com.) Few film roles exceed Angela Bassett’s qualifications, even those intended for a man. The Oscar-nominated actress returns to the screen this month in “Olympus Has Fallen” portraying the director of the Secret Service, a position never occupied by a female and a character initially written for a […]