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Angela Simmons is defiantly siding with her legendary uncle, hip-hop pioneer Russell Simmons, after it was revealed that Oprah Winfrey would be an executive producer on a documentary alleging he raped an employee. Angela Simmons, 32, told Bossip she won’t wedge her way into the middle of this controversy regarding Winfrey’s untitled docu-series that premieres…

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Jada Pinkett Smith spoke about why she almost quit acting. The 47-year-old actress admits that while she was always sure that she wanted to pursue a Hollywood career as a child, she lost her “desire” for acting after a while, and seriously considered walking away in order to go back to school and study psychology. Speaking at…

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While the public continues to reel from the volcanic documentary, Surviving R. Kelly, we have the arrival of the flammable docu-series about another legendary singer-songwriter, the King of Pop. Pushback for the two-part, four-hour Michael Jackson documentary from fans was so intense that police were stationed outside the Egyptian theater at the Sundance Film Festival…

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Fox Searchlight dropped the official first trailer for film from writer/director/star Nate Parker, giving audiences a longer look at the story about Nat Turner, a literate slave and preacher who led a famous rebellion in Virginia in 1830, the antebellum South, orchestrates an uprising. This film broke a record at the 2016 Sundance Film Festival for highest sale ever.

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When it comes to event planning, there aren’t many companies better equipped to create a one-of-a-kind experience than KB Creative Group. Operated by Khaleel Garcia, who serves as producer, and Bernard Love, who serves as creative director, the Atlanta-based production and special event coordination team specializes in artistic and creative direction. The company does work for…

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On Saturday night, the cast and crew of the upcoming WGN thriller “Underground” gathered at the Sundance Film Festival in Park City, Utah for the Making of Underground panel at Blackhouse. The executive producers, including R&B hitmaker John Legend, discussed the show with its stars, including Jurnee Smollett (“Friday Night Lights”), Jussie Smollett (“Empire”), and…

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A-list stars are descending upon Park City, Utah for the 2013 Sundance Film Festival. Singers and actress Jennifer Hudson and Alicia Keys have teamed up for the movie titled The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete, a heart wrenching and coming-of-age film.  The Inevitable Defeat of Mister and Pete follows two inner city youths – an ambitious 14-year-old…

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The Sessions Stars: John Hawkes, Helen Hunt and William H. Macy  Studio: Fox Searchlight Pictures Writer-director Ben Lewin has produced a film oozing with wit, grace, poignance and charm. Lewin, a polio survivor, tells the true story of Brian Marks, a polio victim who lives in an iron lung and loses his virginity at the…

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With summer officially ending in two months Rolling Out has put together the most anticipated films remaining this season.  Our list includes a few blockbuster hits and some great black films, independent and national, that you and your family should definitely look forward to.  

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