On April 21, Tony winners Anika Noni Rose (“Caroline, or Change”), LaChanze (“The Color Purple”), and Tonya Pinkins (“Jelly’s Last Jam”) joined David Zayas (“Dexter”), Ray Fisher, Michael Mastro, and others for a reading of “Fabulation,...Show More Summary
Tim Blake Nelson (Oh Brother, Where Art Thou?) has booked a series regular role opposite Anika Noni Rose in CBS' civil rights crime drama pilot For Justice. Based on James Patterson's debut crime novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, For...Show More Summary
Southland star Shawn Hatosy has booked a lead role opposite Anika Noni Rose in CBS' civil rights crime drama pilot For Justice. Based on James Patterson's debut crime novel, The Thomas Berryman Number, For Justice centers on SpecialShow More Summary
Anika Noni Rose has been tapped for the lead in CBS’ civil rights crime drama drama pilot For Justice, written by Law & Order veteran Rene Balcer and directed by Selma helmer Ava DuVernay. The project, from CBS Television Studios, James...Show More Summary
Double Dutch International has acquired worldwide rights to the heist thriller The Blue Mauritius, which stars Lucy‘s Amr Waked, Anika Noni Rose and Sönke Möhring amidst an international cast. German Michael Wenning (Crossing Lines)...Show More Summary
Your next urban fantasy TV or movie obsession? The other day, we reviewed Daniel Jose Older's fun, inventive Half-Resurrection Blues. Now, the book's been optioned for TV or movies by Tony Award-winning actor Anika Noni Rose (who also costars in The Good Wife). Read more...
EXCLUSIVE: The Tony Award-winning actress (Caroline, Or Change; nominee for the Denzel Washington-led revival of A Raisin In The Sun) and growing force on TV (The Good Wife) and screen (Dreamgirls, for colored girls…, and maybe disco...Show More Summary
It was eight years ago tonight. The Los Angeles premiere of Dreamgirls. And while it seemed like all of Hollywood had turned out to catch the West Coast debut of this DreamWorks / Paramount co-production at Beverly Hills' Wilshire Theatre,...Show More Summary
Anika Noni Rose and Sophie Okonedo hit the red carpet at the 2014 Tony Awards on Sunday evening (June 8) at Radio City Music Hall in New York City. The ladies were joined by their A Raisin in the Sun co-star LaTanya Richardson Jackson, who brought her husband Samuel L. Jackson for support. Sophie beat [...]
WSJ Digital The Ladies of "Raisin in the Sun"-- Anika Noni Rose, LaTanya Richardson Jackson and Sophie Okonedo --on WSJ Café talk Tonys, Lorraine Hansberry, and stage fights.
LaTanya Richardson Jackson, Anika Noni Rose, and Sophie Okonedo were all nominated for Tonys for co-starring with Denzel Washington in "A Raisin in the Sun." The trio stopped by the WSJ Cafe to dish about sex, slapfights and great acting.
The powerful performances of the women in Broadway's A Raisin in the Sun, as well as in Lady Day at Emerson's Bar & Grill, were recognized with nominations as part of the 68th annual Tony Awards, announced this morning in New York C...
Gillian Jacobs is gorgeous in pink at the 2014 Variety Power Of Women: New York event held at Cipriani 42nd Street on Friday (April 25) in New York City. The 31-year-old Community actress was joined at the event by Caroline‘s Anika Noni Rose, who posed for a selfie with Iman, Gayle King, and Jay Manuel. [...]
In today's Tweet Beat, Annie Leibovitz gets things started with a well-timed tweet, Anika Noni Rose is judging a fellow customer at her nail salon and Kate Mara gets a win in her quest to join Ellen Page on season 2 of True Detective. Read more...
Whoopi Goldberg and Ving Rhames star in the Lifetime Original Movie A Day Late and a Dollar Short, an adaption of the Terry McMillan book. (Airs Saturday, April 19, at 8pm ET/PT) Lifetime
A gang of our favorite celebs including Gina Torres, Nene Leakes, Rutina Wesley and Kat Graham walked the runway for NYFW’s Red Dress Collection… The American Heart Association held the show Thursday night at Lincoln Center to raise awareness
In today's Tweet Beat, Craig Ferguson is eating some Assman's Cole Slaw, Peaches Geldof maybe should start using Twitlonger and a message to Anika Noni Rose: WE FEEL YOUR PLIGHT. Read more...
"You want young people" to watch," says David Alan Grier of "The Watsons Go to Birmingham." "It is a family endeavor. What would be best is a family sits down and watches it. And then this sparks conversation. That is ideally what we would like."
The bangin Anika Noni Rose stopped by the office to talk about her newest movie “The Watsons Go To Birmingham” and about the role of black folks in film. Do you think Anika would ever do a Tyler Perry movie?
EXCLUSIVE: Thandie Newton, Anika Noni Rose, and Chiwetel Ejiofor star in the Toronto-bound romantic drama adapted from Nigerian author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie’s award-winning novel. Sisters Olanna (Newton) and Kainene (Rose) are privileged...Show More Summary