Regina King

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#BlackWallStreet Trends Following Terror-Filled 'Watchmen' Debut

The new HBO show opens with a re-creation of a White mob’s infamous 1921 siege on Tulsa’s thriving Black community.

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The Wins, Losses and Controversies From the 2019 Oscars

Relive Spike Lee winning his first Oscar, the joys of Black women making history and the drama of the biggest night in film.

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A Few Artists of Color Won at Golden Globes, But There's Still a Lot of Work to Do

Sandra Oh, Regina King and Darren Criss took home awards, but “Pose,” “Black Panther,” “Crazy Rich Asians” and “BlacKkKlansman” came up short.

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Regina King and Colman Domingo Make Us Better With 'If Beale Street Could Talk'

The veteran actors discuss their relationships to James Baldwin, what they brought to their portrayal of Sharon and Joe Rivers and the passion for rich Black characters.

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The Artists of Color We'll Be Pulling For At the Golden Globes

From Berry Jenkins and Regina King to Rami Malek and Alfonso Cuarón, people of color grabbed nominations in several of the top categories.

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ICYMI: The Films and Creators To Root for at the Spirit Awards

From “If Beale Street Could Talk” to “Sorry to Bother You,” here are the projects that earned nominations from Film Independent.

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Regina King, Thandie Newton and More Shine at #EmmysSoWhite

The “Seven Seconds” and “Westworld” stars earned high-profile awards at a ceremony that paid lip service, but few honors, to entertainment diversity.

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'If Beale Street Could Talk' Showcases Black Love, Resistance

Berry Jenkins, the Oscar-winning director of “Moonlight,” brings James Baldwin’s work to the big screen—and it’s never been more relevant.

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Prosecutor, Family of Killed Teen Unravel Police Cover-Up in 'Seven Seconds'

The new Netflix series explores the aftermath of a White police officer killing a Black teenager.

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FX Unveils POC-Driven 'Snowfall' Renewal, 'Mayans MC' Preview

The network behind “Atlanta” announced a second season renewal for John Singleton’s show about the 1980s crack cocaine boom. It also shared footage of its “Sons of Anarchy” spinoff, which will focus on a Latinx outlaw motorcycle club.

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Regina King to Produce, Star in Atlanta Child Murders Drama, 'No Place Safe'

King reunites with “American Crime” creator John Ridley to adapt Kim Reid’s memoir, which chronicles the investigation of the murders of 29 Black children and young adults in Atlanta between 1979 and 1981.

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WATCH: Viola Davis' Moving Critics' Choice Awards Acceptance Speech

Davis received the #SeeHer Award.

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Stars Of Color Clean Up at Emmy Awards

The cast of “The People v. O.J. Simpson,” Regina King, Aziz Ansari, Rami Malek and more held it down for performers of color with notable wins at last night’s Emmy ceremony.

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Academy Responds to #OscarsSoWhite Criticism With 683 New Members

The 2016 class, which includes America Ferrera and Michael B. Jordan, is 46 percent female and 41 percent people of color.

Viola Davis Makes History and More From The Emmys

The prolific actress made history by becoming the first black woman to win the Best Actress in a Drama Series award at the Emmys last night, delivering a life-getting speech for the ages, and facing inappropriate accusations from another actress. Oh, and other great and not-so-great things happened too.