Eagles of Death Metal (aka Jesse "The Devil" Hughes and Queens of the Stone Age's Josh Homme) have just released a video for their new single "Complexity," from the forthcoming Zipper Down album. Shot in stark black and white,...
In Queen of Earth, writer-director Alex Ross Perry—who does snippy black comedy better than just about anyone else on the current American indie landscape—dials down the humor that has defined his work to this point, and turns up the queasy psychological currents that have always gurgled underneath it. Show More Summary
While Beyonce's sultry look and wet hair may break the internet with recent news that she is Vogue's September cover girl, making her the third black woman to hold this honor behind Naomi Campbell (September 1989) and Halle Berry (September 2010), I can't help but feel a little salty. Don't... Continue reading
No one was ready for the slayage these magazines brought for their September issues. Serena Williams, Beyoncé, Misty Copeland, Queen Latifah, Ciara, Kerry Washington, Willow Smith and Amandla Stenberg are serving all of the black girl magic on their respective covers. Show More Summary
I am a pageant girl. No, I am not the typical blonde, blue-eyed bombshell, beauty queen one may imagine competing in the Miss America and Miss USA pageants. I am, in fact, part of a smaller lesser-known tribe of beautiful, brown women that compete and work in the world of black pageantry. I... Continue reading
Woo! Unsurprisingly, Wiz Khalifa and Keke Palmer were both at the Teen Choice Awards in El Lay on Sunday! Doesn't the Scream Queens starlet look fierce?? She rocked a white Giulietta mini dress with pink and black color blocking, styled with sexy strappy sandals and her banging 'do! Meanwhile, the See You Again rapper chose to only don an [...]
Bow down! Beyonce -- aka the Queen Bey -- graces the cover of Vogue's prestigious September issue. She's the first black singer, and only the third black woman to appear on the September cover in all of Vogue history. (The first two were Naomi Campbell in 1989 and Halle Berry in 2010.) The September... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Beyoncé Knowles
Beyoncè Knowles-Carter snags the coveted September cover of Vogue Magazine. This is Queen B’s third time on the cover of the fashion bible but it’s only the third time a Black woman has covered the SEPTEMBER issue (Beyonce follows Naomi Campbell in 1989 and Halle Berry in 2010). Show More Summary
Following a year of worldwide festivals and select shows supporting Queens of The Stone Age, Jack White, The Black Keys and Arctic Monkeys, The Kills recently returned to North America for a run of summer festivals and low key headline shows. Show More Summary
Abigail Breslin and Taraji P. Henson were two of the foxiest ladies at Fox’s All-Star Party. The 19-year-old Scream Queens star and the 44-year-old Empire actress proved that they share a similar sense of style by wearing black outfits with dangerously low-cut necklines, and both ladies looked amazing. Show More Summary
How many stars can The Wiz Live! pack into one live show? Tons. On top of having Queen Latifah, David Alan Grier, Mary J. Blige and Stephanie Mills, the show has now added stars from Glee and Orange Is the New Black.
Oliver Queen and Dinah Lance get up close and personal during an archery lesson with the Green Arrow and Black Canary Statue. Standing approximately 12-inches tall and based on the variant cover for Green Arrow and Black Canary #1 by Cliff Chiang, this statue features Green Arrow and Black Canary discovering a new intimate way […]
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Huffington Post | (Video by Morgan Freeman and other Stars) | – – “Allow Jack Black, Morgan Freeman and Queen Noor to explain how important the Iran Nuclear Deal is..” The Huffington…
Morgan Freeman, Natasha Lyonne, Farshad Farahat and Jack Black appear on a video arguing that the Iran deal will prevent another war in the Middle East.
Saying they don’t want to be “totally fried by a major nuclear bomb dead,” actors Morgan Freeman, Jack Black and Natasha Lyonne joined up with Queen Noor of Jordan and former Ambassador Thomas Pickering to encourage U.S. citizens to call their congressmen and encourage the to pass President...
Jordan’s Queen Noor, celebrity spy Valerie Plame, former Ambassador Thomas Pickering, actors Morgan Freeman, Jack Black, Natasha Lyonne, and Farshad... The post Hipster Celebs, Valerie Plame and Queen Noor Appear in Profanity-Laced Pro-Iran Nuclear Deal Video appeared first on The Gateway Pundit.
This is unbelievable. Morgan Freeman, Jack Black, Queen Noor of Jordan and other celebrities are raising their voices to get Congress to back the nuclear deal with Iran. Without a deal, ?ultimately we could be forced into a war with...