Category: Film Scene

Celebrity Zoom! Amir O'Neil, Star of Madagascar: A Little Wild

Celebrity Zoom! Amir O'Neil, Star of Madagascar: A Little Wild
Official Correspondent Cabryl Breotti had the honor to interview actor/voiceover Artist Amir O’Neil of Marlon, Raven’s Place and Mann & Wife. Currently, Amir voices Marty in the animated series, Madagascar: A Little Wild exclusively streaming on Premium Hulu and Peacock TV apps. Tune in to this lively Zoom interview!

Interview: Jay Reeves, Star of Disney's Safety Movie

Interview: Jay Reeves, Star of Disney's Safety Movie
By Cabryl Breotti, Official Correspondent, Six Brown Chicks  Safety, now streaming on Disney+, is an American biographical–sports drama film, based on the phenomenal true story of Ray McElrathbey, whose constant persistence with hard work led him to a football scholarship at Clemson University. During that time, he struggles to raise and care for his 11-year-old brother Fahmarr because of their mother’s drug addiction.   ... Read more »

"Antebellum" Film Could Generate Real Race Discussions

"Antebellum" Film Could Generate Real Race Discussions
By Cabryl Breotti Premiere Digitally Nationwide Friday September 18th Bush+Renz Film QC Entertaiment Lionsgate Starring: Janelle Monae (Eden/Veronica), Eric Lange (Owner), Jack Huston (Captain Jasper), Jena Malone (Elizabeth), Gabourey Sidibe with Lily Cowles, Tongayi Chirisa and Kiersey Clemons, Marque Richardson Rating: 4.5 out 5 Popcorns Buckets “….if you suddenly woke up in a parallel universe…... Read more »
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Kerry Washington's American Son is a Riveting Tale About Black, White & Blue

Kerry Washington's American Son is a Riveting Tale About Black, White & Blue
By Zondra Hughes There’s been an incident and Kendra is a mother on the edge; her son Jamal is missing, and no one, it seems, can hear her screams. Kendra, trapped in a Miami-area police department waiting room, desperately clings to her phone, texting and calling Jamal nonstop. But there’s no response. Enter the young... Read more »

One-Minute Review: Disney’s The Lion King

One-Minute Review: Disney’s The Lion King
By Zondra Hughes This isn’t your childhood Lion King movie. And then again, it is. You know the story and the addictive musical score and thus Disney’s The Lion King (2019) is chockful of spoilers: Mufasa must die. Scar is more snake than lion. The young king Simba will lose his way, lose touch with... Read more »

Interview: Meagan Good & Deon Taylor of 'The Intruder'

Interview: Meagan Good & Deon Taylor of 'The Intruder'
By Cabryl Breotti The room was absolutely bright. A small cadre of press convened to interview The Intruder’s star Megan Good and writer/director Deon Taylor in an undisclosed location in Chicago. With a slight overcast of a peeking sun, Good’s flawless smile sparkled as she greeted us with a warm hello and a genuine handshake.... Read more »
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Film Review: The Intruder

Film Review: The Intruder
By Cabryl Breotti Imagine this:       Your dream home nestled beautifully on a quaint piece of land in Napa Valley. Picturesque scenery, lovely wilderness with fresh air…and an absolutely certified lunatic in the background.       The gorgeous Michael Ealy, beautiful Meagan Good and Hollywood legendary actor Dennis Quaid.      ... Read more »

Blindspotting: The Must-See Film About Race, Class & Gentrification

Blindspotting: The Must-See Film About Race, Class & Gentrification
Our Cabryl Breotti and Laura Miller sat down with lifelong friends and collaborators of a timely, wildly entertaining film, Blindspotting (opens in theaters on July 20th). In the film, ‘Collin (Daveed Diggs) must make it through his final three days of probation for a chance at a new beginning. He and his troublemaking childhood best... Read more »

Video: Barbershop 3 Stars Chat About the Importance of Comedy

By Devin Miller The Icon theater on Roosevelt, in Chicago, shone bright with star power for the Barbershop 3: The Next Cut premiere. (The film opens April 15 nationwide!) The third installment of the film series included most of the original cast/characters including Ice Cube, and Cedric the Entertainer; as well as some new faces... Read more »
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A White Guy from the South Directs a Film about Race--And it's...

A White Guy from the South Directs a Film about Race--And it's...
…A MUST SEE. Woodlawn tells the true story of race, rivalry and religion within the confines of Birmingham Alabama’s Woodlawn High School, the last school in Birmingham to integrate. The story follows wonder kid athlete “Touchdown” Tony Nathan (portrayed by talented newcomer Caleb Castille), as his gridiron skills breathe new life into the wildly unsuccessful... Read more »