Details About Angela Bassett’s American Horror Story Season 3 Character Revealed

by Anya Rahmingon August 8, 2013
 American Horror Story creator Ryan Murphy has added 2 black females to the cast of the show’s 3rd season. Gabourey Sidibe’s (Precious) involvement was announced in Spring of 2013, followed by the addition of Angela Bassett. The third season is dubbed American Horror Story: Coven, which refers to an assembly of witches. Bassett will play […]

Blallywood Film Review: Betty and Coretta

by jesimieljon February 6, 2013
Lifetime is perhaps best known for original films that highlight issues most pertinent to the feminine platform. Films bringing awareness to domestic violence and the struggles of motherhood. I can’t say I’m one to keep up with the latest Lifetime movie but I know enough to know that they are usually dripping with sap, soft, […]

Tonight: Steel Magnolias, Betty & Coretta & Not Easily Broken With Morris Chesnut & Taraji P. On Lifetime

by Anya Rahmingon February 2, 2013
Lifetime will air a special TV trio tonight for Black History Month.First  Betty and Coretta will air at 8/7c. The original movie stars Mary J. Blige and Angela Bassett as the wives of Malcolm X and Martin Luther King Jr. This comes right after a repeat of the Black Steel Magnolias remake, which actress Alfre […]

Trailer For Director Antoine Fuqua’s Olympus Has Fallen

by Anya Rahmingon January 28, 2013
  Antoine Fuqua (director of Training Day, Shooter) has a new film releasing on March 22, 2013 that looks sure to be a hit. Not all of his films are hugely popular, but this action packed adventure has a strong chance of bringing in big numbers. The film has a solid cast of actors including Gerard Butler, […]

Lifetime’s Betty & Coretta With Angela Bassett And Mary J. Blige

by Anya Rahmingon January 21, 2013
For the month of February, historically Black History month in the states, the Lifetime Television Network is presenting audiences with 3 original films. Betty & Coretta, the first to debut, will air Saturday, February 2 at 8/7 c. The film focuses on the stories of the wives of civil rights leaders Dr. Martin Luther King and […]
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Jacob Artist, Gabourey Sidibe, Angela Bassett To Be In White Bird

by Anya Rahmingon December 5, 2012
Jacob Artist, perhaps best known for his role as Jake Puckerman on Glee, is the newest addition announced to the cast of the film White Bird. Angela Basset and Gabourey Sidibe were also announced as cast members recently. The film, according to Variety, follows “a troubled young woman whose life is upended following the disappearance of her mother.” […]


Blallywood Film Review: Why We Laugh

by jesimieljon October 17, 2012
Laughter is a divine mystery. One of the few universal human responses on earth, it seems to rumble from a place deep inside our souls where ecstasy, wrath, and turmoil exist in equal fractions.  Laughter in its most authentic form can leave you both exhausted and rejuvenated. It is therapeutic and moreover, it is revelatory.  […]

Waiting For Exhale Sequel To Be Written by Michael Elliott

by Anya Rahmingon July 27, 2012
                According to the Hollywood Reporter, the scribe of the 2010 flick, Just Wright, has been chosen to work on the planned equal to Waiting To Exhale (1995). Terry McMillan, author of both the Waiting To Exhale  and How Stella Got Her Groove Back original novels, already wrote the initial draft for the sequel. Michael […]