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SCREEN TIME: Morris Chestnut


Morris L. Chestnut never set out to be a star. He never wanted to be a leading man or a black sex symbol. All Morris ever wanted to do was act. “...when I started out, it wasn’t to be a leading man. I just

Morris Chestnut’s On A Roll


Morris Chestnut, most recently known for his roles on Nurse Jackie, Asylum Down, and the upcoming The Best Man Holiday, has recently signed on as a series regular for  the upcoming TNT drama

Black History Month In Focus: From Sidney Poitier To Mahershala Ali

Sidney Poitier is the Gold Standard for every black male actor who has come after him, and you can see threads of his influence in each of his aspiring predecessors.

The Leaves From Singleton’s Black Cinema Tree Are Still Bearing Fruit

Singleton didn’t just tell our stories, he turned some of our best talents into household names. John Singleton is no longer with us. However, there...

They Reminisce: ‘Boyz N The Hood’ 25 Years Later


In our semi-regular column "They Reminisce", we take a quick look back at some of the more memorable and lasting moments in sports and entertainment.

Eye on Film: The Perfect Guy


There are several tropes that cause mo

The Best Man Returns


The third installment in Universal Pictures The Best Man film series has been given a release date. The follow-up to 2013′s The Best Man Holiday titled, The Best Man Wedding will b

ABFF Opens with a Celebrity Filled Splash


Thursday’s opening of the American Black Film Festival (ABFF) proves why it is one of the most influential events of its kind. Walking the red carpet in attendance of this year’s opening night film an

American Black Film Festival Lineup Revealed


Friday, Film Life’s 18th Annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF), announced its official lineup of film screenings in which Screen Gems’ Think Like A Man Too, will serve as the Festival’s

ABFF Returns to NYC with Hollywood Packed Premieres


The 18th Annual American Black Film Festival (ABFF) prepares for its New York City arrival. After years taking over Miami, the festival which has always been a supportive place for filmmake