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Coming 2 America has a new release date on its new Amazon Studios platform. Originally scheduled for release in December, the highly anticipated sequel will premiere on March 5, 2021. In October, Amazon Studios acquired the film rights from Paramount Studios. At the conclusion of the original film, Akeem (Eddie Murphy) married his Queens, New…

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Sheaun McKinney

CBS’s latest hit comedy “The Neighborhood” returns for its third season. Sheaun McKinney stars as Malcolm, the eldest son of Tina (Tichina Arnold) and Calvin (Cedric The Entertainer). Speaking to rolling out, McKinney discusses the new season, his theater roots, and how a book called “The Celestine Prophecies” changed him during the pandemic. “The Neighborhood”…

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Loretta Devine Spell

Loretta Devine is known for portraying warm, comforting characters. But in the film Spell, she completely shakes her well-known moniker. Co-starring opposite Omari Hardwick as Eloise, a hoodoo practitioner, she delivers a spine chilling performance. In a recent interview with rolling out, Devine explains how she didn’t have to lean into anything new for this…

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Aisha Tyler Shares

Aisha Tyler stars in the new holiday comedy Friendsgiving. For those unfamiliar with “Friendsgiving” is, it’s the annual get-together for people who’d rather spend Turkey Day with their friends. Speaking to rolling out, alongside co-star Malin Akerman and director Nicol Paone, Tyler shares some of her memories of Thanksgiving and other holidays spent with family…

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Niles Fitch

Niles Fitch is taking his place among Hollywood’s next generation of gifted Black performers. Since first appearing on Tyler Perry‘s “House of Pain,” Fitch’s upward motion includes his biggest role to date as young Randall Pearson on the NBC hit drama series, “This Is Us.” He also has appeared in Lifetime’s “Army Wives” and ABC’s…

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John David Washington blends acting and athleticism beautifully in Tenet. The innovative action-thriller in which Washington stars as a character named “The Protagonist” goes beyond using time travel to reverse wrongdoings. Speaking to rolling out, Washington discusses working with director Christopher Nolan and the challenges of pulling off the film’s inversion scenes and fight sequences.…

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