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Daniel Kaluuya to Make Screenwriting Debut on Dystopian Drama ‘The Kitchen’ at Netflix

“Get Out” and “Judas and the Black Messiah” actor Daniel Kaluuya has made his screenwriting debut on a futuristic, dystopian film for Netflix called “The Kitchen.”The Oscar winner co-wrote the film along with Joe Murtagh, and he’s also set to produce for his 59% productions banner. Also producing is Michael Fassbender’s company Dmc Film.“The Kitchen” […]

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NAACP Image Awards 2022 Full Winners List: ‘The Harder They Fall,’ Jennifer Hudson and Will Smith Take Top Honors

The 2022 NAACP Image Awards were presented on BET tonight, with Jennifer Hudson emerging as a top winner, taking home both the coveted Entertainer of the Year and Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture awards. Will Smith also emerged as Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture, with “The Harder They Fall” winning Outstanding Motion Picture. […]

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Obama’s Favorite Films of 2021 Include ‘Drive My Car,’ ‘The Card Counter,’ and ‘West Side Story’

Every year, former President Barack Obama reminds us just how good we had it by flexing his impeccable taste in film and TV. As December gets halfway through, it’s that time of year again for Obama to name his favorite films of 2021.“Over the next few days, I’ll share my annual list of favorite books, […]

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H.E.R. Lands First Major Acting Role, Will Star in Blitz Bazawule’s ‘The Color Purple’

H.E.R. has signed on for her first major acting role, landing the part of Squeak in Blitz Bazawule’s forthcoming adaptation of “The Color Purple” for Warner Bros.H.E.R. is already an Oscar winner, earning the best original song trophy in April for her song “Fight For You,” from Warner Bros.’ “Judas and the Black Messiah.” The […]

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Ryan Coogler, Shaka King, Charles D. King, Lil Rel Howery Team on American Political Insurrection Film

Ryan Coogler, Shaka King, Charles D. King, and Lil Rel Howery are teaming on an original feature film about American political insurrection. Other plot details are being kept under wraps.The project reunites “Judas and the Black Messiah” producers Coogler and Charles D. King with Shaka King, the director of the Oscar-nominated drama about Black Panther […]

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Oscar Music Rule Changes Likely to Meet With Approval by Film Music Community

Changes in Oscar’s music rules, as announced today, will make a lot of film composers happy.The major change is that an original score no longer needs to consist of at least 60% of the total music in the film. That number has been substantially lowered, to 35%, potentially increasing the number of eligible scores each […]

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Paramount Unveils ‘Transformers: Rise of the Beasts’ Coming Summer 2022 At Virtual Event

The new “Transformers” movie has only just begun shooting, but Paramount Pictures wants to let the world know that they’re still spending all the money on this franchise. Today Paramount held a virtual Production Kickoff press conference event for the new film titled “Transformers: Rise of the Beasts,” complete with a virtual tour of their […]

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Lakeith Stanfield Opens Up About Anti-Semitism Controversy: ‘I Do Not Support Louis Farrakhan’

Lakeith Stanfield came under fire earlier this month for participating in a Clubhouse conversation that facilitated anti-Semitic remarks in a discussion about the teachings of Nation of Islam leader Louis Farrakhan. While he has since apologized, the “Judas and the Black Messiah” Oscar nominee dug deeper into what happened in a sit-down with The Daily […]

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As the Golden Globes Promise to Do Better, Hollywood Responds with Side Eye: ‘We Don’t Believe’

In a real-life Oscars moment so on the nose that it would never make a screenplay’s final draft, Margaret Gardiner from the Sunday Times of South Africa asked Oscar-winner Daniel Kaluuya, star of Shaka King’s “Judas and the Black Messiah,” what it was like to work with Regina King — the director of Supporting Actor […]

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