The first teaser trailer for the upcoming 2Pac biopic All Eyez On Me arrives fittingly on the same day Oakland celebrates Tupac Shakur Day, and on what would’ve been Pac’s 45th birthday. Demetrius Shipp Jr., in his first major role, plays the super-gifted antagonistic force that was 2Pac, while the voice of The…
Waitress, a story about an unhappy server with a talent for pies and an unexpected baby on the way, opens on Broadway in April (it’s based on the excellent movie of the same name). And it’s the first all-female led musical since 1984.
Danai Gurira (Michonne on The Walking Dead, aka the best friend to have in a zombie Apocalypse situation) has signed on for the role of Tupac Shakur’s mom Afeni Shakur in the upcoming 2Pac biopic All Eyez On Me.
Lupita Nyong’o is starring in her first off Broadway stage production, Eclipsed. Adding to the fact that it’s a feminist work, it’s a play written by Danai Gurira, the actress who plays badass Michonne on The Walking Dead.
One of the most striking characteristics about The Walking Dead this season is its abundance of actors of color. Earlier on in the series, this wasn't the case. Token black characters were the norm, and diversity was lacking.
Last night at the Elle Women in Television Celebration held at Soho House in West Hollywood, the fashion was all over the place: Formal black feathers, vivid yellow fringe, a shiny metallic short suit. While many of the awesome ladies in attendance looked great, there were, as always a few misfires. Let's take a look.
Last night was Elle's 19th Annual Women In Hollywood Celebration, held at the Four Seasons Hotel in Beverly Hills, California, and celebs dressed up to steal the spotlight: Some wore vivid blues; others donned crisp whites; Lea Michele chose see-through netting.