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Jordan Peele and Spike Lee Talk Black Film

The producer and director of “BlacKkKlansman” look beyond awards season to a bright future for Black screen artists.

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READ: 'Black-ish' Writer Discusses That Epic Colorism Episode

Peter Saji writes that “Black Like Us” is the episode that “terrifies me the most.”

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READ: How Nate Moore Got 'Black Panther' Made

The Marvel Studios exec explains how he challenged the industry’s prevailing logic about the profitability of Black-led films.

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Hollywood's Black Women Who Brunch Are Ready to Step Into Their Power

More than 60 members of the entertainment networking group gathered to discuss how they navigate racism and sexism for The Hollywood Reporter’s Women in Entertainment Power 100 issue.

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REPORT: TV Refuses to Shake Xenophobic Stereotypes

A new study argues that narrative television still disproportionately portrays immigrants as uneducated criminals.

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Kenya Barris Breaks Silence on Shelved 'Black-ish' Episode

The “Black-ish” creator cleared up rumors surrounding the unaired episode on NFL players’ protests against anti-Black police violence.

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The 'Crazy Rich Asians' Team Took a Crazy Chance on Theaters

Will their gamble work out? 

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What Can Wakanda Teach Us About Foreign Policy?

According to one Dartmouth College instructor, a lot.

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4 Can't-Miss Quotes From a Roundtable of Every African American Ever Nominated for a Best Director Oscar

Barry Jenkins, John Singleton, Lee Daniels and Jordan Peele sat down with The Hollywood Reporter for a discussion about past and present realities for Black American filmmakers.

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Daniel Dae Kim Discusses Hollywood Pay Disparity and Racial Equity in New Q&A

The Korean-American actor will star in the “Hellboy” role that White actor Ed Skrein vacated.

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Must-Read Roundup: 3 Boundary-Pushing Black Artists Spill on Creativity and Politics

Kendrick Lamar, Donald Glover and Chance the Rapper each discuss their work and influence in a trio of new interviews.

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READ: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Says Black Superheroes Must Have a 'Social Conscience'

In a new article for The Hollywood Reporter, the former NBA star writes that contemporary Black comic heroes should be driven by an awareness of where their people fit in an imperfect society.

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Ava DuVernay and Other Showrunners of Color Sound Off on Creative Pressure, Pigeonholing

“For me to say no [to projects], in my mind, there may not be another chance.”

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Trayvon Martin Memoir to Hit Shelves in January

Martin’s parents, Sybrina Fulton and Tracy Martin, wrote “Rest In Power: The Enduring Life of Trayvon Martin” to explore their child’s life—and death.

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New Season of 'Orange is The New Black' Will Tackle Officer Violence Against Black Inmates

The Netflix show will return June 17.

Spike Lee and Bernie Sanders Talk 'Black Lives Matter' And Brooklyn in New Interview

The “Chi-Raq” director addressed many topics with the Democratic presidential candidate for The Hollywood Reporter’s new cover story. 

Nate Parker: 'Resistance Lives in the Air in This Current Moment'

The director, producer, writer and lead actor for ”The Birth of a Nation” describes contemporary activism and his quest to release Sundance’s most-anticipated film in a story from The Hollywood Reporter. 

Read: Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and 'Straight Outta Compton' Cast On The Hollywood Reporter's Cover

The legendary NWA producer and emcee join cast members of the new biopic “Straight Outta Compton” on the cover The Hollywood Reporter’s latest issue and speak about the movie, Suge Knight, and a reunion tour. 

Readers Blast 'Hollywood Reporter' for 'Blindingly Pale Group of Women'

Readers of the entertainment business magazine are calling them out for only featuring white actress in their “The Actresses Roundtable” cover story.