Revisit Hollywood history with these 11 films that were hits during their time, but probably wouldn't get made in today's cancel culture era.
Warner Bros.′ “Black Adam” opened with an estimated $67 million, according to studio estimates Sunday, handing Dwayne Johnson his biggest box-office weekend as a leading man and launching the D.C. Comics character he spent a decade to bring to the big screen.
Variety announced that there is a reimagining of the iconic film The Bodyguard starring Whitney Houston in development at Warner Bros.
Wait, what? A younger Morpheus?! No wonder they didn't ask Lawrence Fishburne to reprise his role as Neo's Matrix. That one gotta sting.
Despite early leaks on Sunday (August 22), the official teaser trailer for Spider-Man: No Way Home entered our lives on Monday (August 23) with one simple premise: be careful what you wish for.
Reese Witherspoon is now the richest actress according to Forbes. The publication estimates Witherspoon is now worth $400 million following Monday’s (August 2) news that a media company backed by Blackstone is purchasing a majority stake in her production company Hello Sunshine.
Tiffany Haddish recently landed the lead role in an upcoming biopic portraying the late track and field icon, Florence Griffith Joyner. RELATED: Tiffany Haddish Preps For Motherhood By Entering The Process Of Adoption It’s not just acting in the film that Haddish is looking forward to, the Grammy winning actress will also help bring the film […]
One thing about Kirk Franklin is, he’s going to collaborate with hip-hop and R&B artists and make it church.