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UCLA's Ralph J. Bunche Center published a report proving the "movies don't sell well with minority actors" myth is a lie.

On Tuesday's edition of NewsOne Now, Roland Martin; NPR TV Critic, Eric Deggans; Associate Editor at The Root, Danielle Belton; and Managing Editor at BroadwayBlack.com, April Reign discussed the abysmal diversity numbers in Hollywood.

With so much attention being paid to the #OscarsSoWhite controversy and the Academy Awards, Roland Martin and NewsOne Now shifted the focus of the conversation from acting nominations to a broader look at the entire movie industry. On Friday’s edition of NewsOne Now, Martin sat down with director/producer Bill Duke, who understands not just what happens […]

Dr. Darnell Hunt, Director of the Bunche Center at UCLA, joined Roland Martin on NewsOne Now to discuss Hollywood’s diversity numbers behind the Academy Awards and the #OscarsSoWhite controversy. The Bunche Center at UCLA releases an annual diversity report through a series of quantifiable statistics showing where the entertainment industry falls short in inclusion and representation. From […]

The 2016 Golden Globe Awards nominations were announced last month, and the big show happens on Sunday night. The prestigious event is known as the coolest of award show season thanks to its candidness, straightforward nature, and informal humor. Ricky Gervais, who hosted the Globes in 2010 and 2012, will return with his quirky jokes after three years of Tina Fey and […]

The #LHHReunion is finally here! Don't miss PART 1 this MON + 8/7c! https://t.co/zjxTGzYRQ9 — Love & Hip Hop (@LoveHipHopVH1) November 24, 2015 Season 2 of Love…

As the season nears its end, things are beginning to come to a head on Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood. This week’s episode saw several brewing…

This year, some of our favorite celebrities pushed the envelope, trick-or-treat style.

According to director Luc Besson, Rihanna has signed on to join the cast of 'The Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets.'

In a piece written on The Wrap, he fired back at critics who said his daughter Aurora, whose mother is White, isn’t “Black enough” for her role as the Black character in the film Jem And The Holograms.

If there’s one thing we love most about Viola Davis, it’s her delightful and classy demeanor. The actress opened up to The New York Times…

Matt Damon's politically incorrect standpoint on diversity has added to the ongoing conversation of racial inequality in Hollywood.