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'All My Support Came From Black Women,' Says Actor Terry Crews

Crews said that, after revealing he was sexually assaulted by a Hollywood executive, Black women stood by him.


When actor Terry Crews revealed that he was the victim of sexual assault by a "high-level Hollywood executive," he said Black men shunned him, while Black women supported him.

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Stacey Abrams Tells Entertainment Industry Not to Boycott Georgia

Abrams tells those discouraged by Brian Kemp's win amid voter suppression speculation to turn their attention to fighting for fair elections.

Stacey Abrams ended her gubernatorial campaign in Georgia on Friday, and is planning to file a federal lawsuit against the state. Some entertainment industry executives discouraged by Republican Brian Kemp's win of the governorship, amid accusations of voter suppression, are contemplating boycotting Georgia. But Abrams is encouraging them not to.

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#MeToo: Zoe Kravitz Says She Was Sexually Harassed on a Movie Set

The incident occurred when she was just nineteen.

Zoe Kravitz (r) and her mother, Lisa Bonert (l)

Zoe Kravitz is speaking out on being sexually harassed on a movie set by a unnamed director when she was a mere nineteen years-old.

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Viola Davis Regrets The Role She Played in 'The Help'

Being Black in Hollywood often comes with a price and regret.


Brilliant thespian, Viola Davis, revealed that she has some regrets about one of her Oscar-nominated roles.

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Hollywood Casts Asians in Asian Roles — First Time in 25 Years

But dark-skinned Asians are still largely absent from the film "Crazy Rich Asians." Still "whitewashing"?


"Crazy, Rich Asians," a film that debuted Wednesday, is the first Hollywood production in over two decades that doesn't use white actors to portray Asian characters.

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The Annenberg Inclusion Initiative at the University of Southern California recently reported that there has been little to no improvement in diversity on the big screen over the last decade.

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Council Votes for Trump's Star to be Removed From Hollywood Walk of Fame

West Hollywood City Council votes to get rid of it. Why did this bigot get picked when there are plenty of other show business bigots?

The West Hollywood City Council voted Monday night to urge the removal of President Donald Trump's star from the Hollywood Walk of Fame. The council cited a plethora of reasons for the vote including: his attacks on minorities, women, disabled people, and Muslims.

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'Black Panther' Soars Past 'Titanic' Box Office Record in U.S.

The blockbuster is now the third highest-grossing film of all time.

"Black Panther" has left an indelible mark on the film industry that can't be denied.

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Amandla Stenberg Passed on 'Black Panther' Role to Make Room for Darker-Skinned Actors

"I recognize 100 percent that there are spaces that I should not take up," Stenberg said.

Amandla Stenberg, 19, best known for her role in "The Hunger Games," explained in a recent conversation at the TIFF Next Wave Festival in Toronto why she walked away from the audition process for Ryan Coogler's box office smash, "Black Panther."

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Sexual Harassment Protest Planned for Golden Globe Awards

"TIME'S UP" pins to be worn by a diverse group of actors.


This year's most fashionable look at the Golden Globe Awards will not be from the runway.

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Def Jam Co-founder Russell Simmons Denies Sexual Assault Claim

Model Keri Claussen Khalighi has accused Simmons of sexual misconduct against her when she was 17 years old.

Fashion model Keri Claussen Khalighi has accused entrepreneur-producer Russell Simmons of sexual misconduct in 1991 when she was 17 and he was 34 years old.

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Sexual Harassment Claims Against James Toback Reach Over 300 as Women Proclaim #MeToo

"I have nothing to say about anything," the disgraced director said of the latest slew of allegations against him.


More than 300 women have come forward to accused movie director James Toback of sexual harassment.

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