Movies

Latin Ballet of Virginia presents Fiesta del Sol, Sunday, June 10, 3pm, Maymont Children’s Farm Richmond, VA, corner of Spottswood Road and Shirley Lane, 804-358-7166, latinballet.com. 56th Festival of the Arts at Dogwood Dell, With Orquesta Tropikiimba and the Salsa Youth Orchestra, Sunday, June 10, 8pm,  Richmond’s Dogwood Dell Stage, Byrd Park at 1100 Blanton […]

Talk about a comeback. . . Chris Brown’s headed for the movies. Us Weekly reports that Brown, 22, will play a role in the upcoming comedy Think Like a Man. The highly-anticipated film is an adaptation of Steve Harvey’s New York Times best-selling book Act Like a Lady, Think Like a Man. Brown’s actual real-life […]

Director Spike Lee sat down with journalist Charlie Rose for a Q&A session at PromaxBDA (an annual marketing, branding and design conference) in NYC. Spike was at the the conference to receive the organization’s lifetime achievement award for his work in film and television, in particular his series of Nike commericals featuring Michael Jordan. Lee […]

It was 1997 when Love Jones premiered starring budding stars Larenz Tate and Nia Long, and almost 15 years later we’re still jonesin’ for the movie that came to be a definitive portrait of black love. Written and directed by Theodore Witcher, Love Jones was the first in a series of films in the late […]

Via: www.newsone.com // From the LA Times: Tyler Perry is doing just fine without 3-D, thank you. The writer, director and producer’s latest effort, “Why Did I Get Married Too?,” took in a most impressive $30.1 million in its first weekend. The sequel to his 2007 hit “Why Did I Get Married?” not only beat […]

// Via:  NewsOne.com PHILADELPHIA — Near the end of the hit film “Avatar,” the villain snarls at the hero, “How does it feel to betray your own race?” Both men are white — although the hero is inhabiting a blue-skinned, 9-foot-tall (2.74-meter-tall), long-tailed alien. Strange as it may seem for a film that pits greedy, […]