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Michael Ealy and Sanaa Lathan Discuss 'Perfect Guy'
The stars of the steamy and scary new film discuss why some relationships can be too good to be true.
Review: 'The Best Man Holiday'
Do you know what was great about Malcolm D. Lee’s 1999 directorial debut, “The Best Man”? Everything. Fourteen years later, there’s not much that’s great about the sequel, “The Best Man Holiday.” But there are a lot of good things, and a few things that...
Sanaa Lathan Talks 'Boss' Season 2
He's one of the newest members of the critically acclaimed series boss on the stars network Sanaa late and plays Mona Smart savvy Politico who is hired by Kelsey Grammer character as his chief of staff. Else's character may be the boss but make no mistake Mona has a mind around what she's afraid to
Fall Television Schedules Offer Hospital Drama, Plenty of Sci-Fi
The 2009 fall TV season is off with a bang -- or a bite -- and a bomb. The CW network scored first with the "The Vampire Diaries," earning strong ratings and positive reviews for its bloody brand of vampire drama and teen angst, while the same network's modeling melodrama, "The Beautiful Life,"
Who's Your 'Diddy'? Sean Combs the Serious Actor
He went from Puff Daddy to Puffy, P. Diddy to just plain Diddy. For now, you can call him Sean Combs, serious actor. The rapper-turned-fashion designer-turned vodka pitchman denies reports he plans to change his alias (again). Instead he returns to his real name as the star of the ABC television
Who's Who: Casting 'Election 2008: The Movie'
Hollywood Insiders on Which Actors Should Play the Prominent Political Players
Two Matriarchs Keep 'Family That Preys' Afloat
The best thing about "Tyler Perry's The Family That Preys" is the opportunity it affords to watch a pair of veteran actresses still at the top of their game. Alfre Woodard and Kathy Bates play best pals in this soap opera-style story, and the moments each are on-screen are undeniably the movie's
Landmark TV Performances Illuminate 'Raisin in the Sun'
There are dreams that never die, suns that never set, and stars that never cease to shine. While a strike-shaken TV industry wonders what it may become, "A Raisin in the Sun" arrives as glorious proof of what it still can be. Reuniting the stars of the 2004 Broadway revival, this thrilling
Washington, Houston Win at BET Awards
LAS VEGAS (Variety) Denzel Washington won the best actor award for Remember the Titans and Whitney Houston received a Lifetime Achievement award during the first Black Entertainment Television Awards, presented Tuesday evening during a live national telecast from the Paris Las Vegas hotel. During