In today's Tweet Beat, Annie Leibovitz gets things started with a well-timed tweet, Anika Noni Rose is judging a fellow customer at her nail salon and Kate Mara gets a win in her quest to join Ellen Page on season 2 of True Detective.
In today's Tweet Beat, Craig Ferguson is eating some Assman's Cole Slaw, Peaches Geldof maybe should start using Twitlonger and a message to Anika Noni Rose: WE FEEL YOUR PLIGHT.
Yesterday at Essence magazine's sixth annual Black Women in Hollywood awards luncheon, tears flowed as honorees took the stage.
And we do mean literally! This was a red carpet blinding in its sparkle!
At the 41st Annual NAACP Image Awards, the stars didn't seem to stick to any patterns, showing up in brights, pastels, short dresses, long gowns, sleek suits, sparkles, and satin. A red carpet rundown, straight ahead:
When you're dealing with the 12th annual Costume Designers Guild Awards, you know the clothes will be worth watching. And, at the Beverly Hilton hotel, were they ever:
Bright Star, the potentially-awesome, potentially-ludicrous Keats biopic, premiered last night at New York's Paris Theatre. The results? Let's just say they fell short of the Romantics' ideal. Unless that included see-through bodysuits without bras, that is!
A new teaser trailer for the Princess And The Frog is online, and while the hand-drawn animation is really exquisite, there are still several upsetting things about what's being called Disney's "first black princess" movie.
There have been dozens of TV detective shows, but The No.1 Ladies' Detective Agency presents two things rarely seen on American TV: An African female lead character and a flattering portrait of the continent.
Last night in New York, Demi Moore, left, hosted a special screening of her latest movie, Flawless, in which she co-stars with Michael Caine as an executive so disgruntled over glass ceilings that she agrees to screw over her employer and steal some diamonds. And although the plot of the film seems somewhat flimsy,…