Take a look at 7 classic Black films beloved by the whole community that we wouldn't mind seeing get the prequel treatment.

Celebrated actress Viola Davis sat down with Oprah for an upcoming Netflix special that will discuss everything she had to endure and overcome on her road to success.

After years of waiting, we now have the trailer for Showtime's upcoming series 'The First Lady' where Oscar winner Viola Davis embodies our forever fave First Lady Michelle Obama in all of her presidential glory.

Viola Davis was trending on Twitter Tuesday evening shortly after Netflix released the trailer for “The Unforgivable,” a new film starring the actress alongside topliner Sandra Bullock as Ruth Slater, a woman released from prison after serving a sentence for killing a cop.

Get ready for Rainey. Ma Rainey, that is. Yep, “Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom” from Netflix is headed to theaters AND your streaming device. But, what’s it all about? Read on for the summary. Tensions and temperatures rise over the course of an afternoon recording session in 1920s Chicago as a band of musicians await trailblazing […]

Viola Davis is living out her 55th birthday while also reflecting on her humble beginnings as a woman who rose through poverty to become one of the most powerful and important actresses of her time. The Oscar winner shared that she purchased the slave plantation she was born on in St Matthews, South Carolina, with […]

LOS ANGELES (AP) — Viola Davis, Sterling K. Brown and LeBron James are among several honorees at the AAFCA TV Honors later this month. The African American Film Critics Association announced the recipients of the second annual event on Wednesday. The virtual ceremony is scheduled to air on Aug. 22. Comedian-actress Aida Rodriguez will host […]

Viola Davis is the cover star of Vanity Fair's July/August issue, which was shot by a Black photographer Dario Calmese.

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Hallee Berry, Angela Bassett, Viola Davis, Taraji P. Henson, Lynn Whitfield, Mary J. Blige and Kimberly Elise are being recognized for their contributions to Hollywood in the April 19 Culture Issue of T Magazine. Penned by novelist and essayist Brian Keith Jackson, the stunning and overdue spread “We Are Family,” is accompanied by a video […]