Raven-Symoné celebrates history with ‘Raven’s Home’

Raven-Symoné should host a class on how to parlay childhood acting success into adult superstardom. The actress, director, and producer of “Raven’s Home” — a spin-off of the transcendent TV series “That’s So Raven” — is a formidable force who is leading the paradigm shift  to inclusivity in Hollywood.

Samuel L. Jackson pays tribute to this iconic actor

Samuel L. Jackson pays tribute to the legendary James Earl Jones in New York City (Photo by Derrel Jazz Johnson of rolling out)

Actor Samuel L. Jackson pays tribute to an iconic actor with decades of experience on the stage and screen at a star-studded ceremony of the Broadway theatre named in his honor on the Great White Way in New York City.

‘Montross: Blood Rules’ on TV One is a taut drama about family secrets

Acting icons Victoria Rowell (“Young and the Restless”) and Richard Brooks (“Law & Order”) lead a star-studded cast in the TV One thriller “Montross: Blood Rules.” The show centers around intergenerational wealth and the secrets that the Montross family has used to sustain their prestige and position for decades.

Kris Wimberly launches Black-owned animation studio to change the game

It is apropos that Kris Wimberly is thriving in Hollywood. His personal life is a made-for-TV Tinseltown success story. Wimberly started out mopping the floors of the same Disney studio where he is now an animation movie director, artist and storyteller. He and his brother have also founded Studio Smokescreen to create more diversity in […]

Michael Boatman and Nyambi Nyambi build a bond in ‘The Good Fight’

It is the final season of “The Good Fight,” and actors Michael Boatman and Nyambi Nyambi are saying their goodbyes. Going a full six seasons, “The Good Fight” starred Christine Baranski, Audra McDonald, Andre Braugher, and a host of others. “The Good Fight” is now streaming on Paramount +.

Acting sensation André De Shields on taking role in iconic Broadway production

Tony Award Winner André De Shields discusses taking a role in an iconic Broadway production (Photo by Derrel Jazz Johnson for rollingout.com)

Tony Award-Winner André De Shields discusses taking a role in an iconic Broadway production. The show, Death of a Salesman, will hit the stage for the sixth time since its 1949 debut.  De Shields also talks about life after leaving the Tony Award-winning production of Hadestown, and starring alongside Wendell Pierce.