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  'Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate
Deadline'Lemony Snicket's A Series Of Unfortunate Events' Renewed For Season 2 By NetflixDeadlineThe series also features K. Todd Freeman (Mr. Poe), Joan Cusack (Justice Strauss), Alfre Woodard (Aunt Josephine), Catherine O'Hara (Dr. Orwell), Aasif Mandvi (Uncle Monty), Don Johnson (Sir) and more. Subscribe to Deadline Breaking News Alerts and ...A Series of Unfortunate Events: Season Two Renewal Confirmed for Netflix SeriesTV Series FinaleLemony Snicket's 'A Series of Unfortunate Events' Renewed for Season 2 at NetflixHollywood Reporter'A Series of Unfortunate Events': Lemony Snicket regrets to inform you it has been renewed for season 2GoldderbyComingSoon.net -YouTube -Entertainment Weeklyall 64 news articles »
Posted on 13 March 2017 | 11:58 am
  'Burning Sands' burns with brutality of
Daily Californian'Burning Sands' burns with brutality of fraternity hazing but little else ...Daily CalifornianIn the opening scene of Gerard McMurray's “Burning Sands,” Netflix's newest film, we find six young, Black college students driving into the forest at the crack of ...Gerard McMurray brings a complicated story of fraternal brotherhood ...Lasentinel'Burning Sands' Ending: Netflix Movie's Backlash, Reviews, Oscar Buzz [Spoilers]The Inquisitrall 6 news articles »
Posted on 13 March 2017 | 8:10 am
  The Controversial Black Fraternity Hazing
Jet Magazine (blog)The Controversial Black Fraternity Hazing Flick 'Burning Sands' Hits Netflix Today — 5 Reasons It's A Must WatchJet Magazine (blog)The brotherhoods (and sisterhoods), as well as the networks and opportunities that Black Greek Organizations have been able to cultivate, are irreplaceable. Burnings Sands simply highlights the good with the bad. Alfre Woodard, Steve Harris, Empire's ...'Burning Sands,' coming to Netflix, is a harsh tale of fraternity hazingSalt Lake TribuneBurning Sands: EW reviewEW.com'Burning Sands' tackles the camaraderie and contradictions of HBCU frat lifeWashington PostL.A. Watts Times -Los Angeles Times -Essence.comall 18 news articles »
Posted on 10 March 2017 | 9:29 pm
  WATCH: Netflix 'Burning Sands' Trailer
Hollywood's Black Renaissance (blog)WATCH: Netflix 'Burning Sands' Trailer Starring Alfre WoodardHollywood's Black Renaissance (blog)Netflix has released it's trailer for Burning Sands! The Netflix original film follows the world of fraternity hazing and explores the complicated bonds of brotherhood via a raw and voyeuristic journey. Burning Sands made its world debut at the 2017 ...Sneak Peek: Netflix's 'Burning Sands' Give Us Another LookEBONY.comWatch an Exclusive Clip From Trevor Jackson's Upcoming Film, 'Burning Sands'BETall 7 news articles »
Posted on 2 March 2017 | 2:55 pm
  Outside The Box Film Partners Launches;
DeadlineOutside The Box Film Partners Launches; Already Developing 'Pure Speed' And 'Hard Way Out'DeadlineEXCLUSIVE: Adam Tenenbaum, one of the executive producers on Stephen Gyllenhaal's So B. It, which stars Alfre Woodard, Cloris Leachman, Talitha Bateman and John Heard and opens in October of this year from Good Deed Entertainment, is launching ...
Posted on 28 February 2017 | 1:48 pm
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  First ‘Luke Cage’ synopsis reveals
Colter (The Good Wife, Million Dollar Baby) will star with Krysten Ritter (Jessica Jones) and Alfre Woodard, who play a character named Minetta. Luke Cage is set to begin production next month in New York City and will shoot 13 episodes through December.
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 10:52 pm
  Luke Cage’s Main Villain And Plot Synopsis
But we’ve yet to hear a plot synopsis or, really, any idea what it’s about beyond Marvel heavily retconning a terrible villain for Alfre Woodard. But now, supposedly, we have the full plot summary, villain, and love interest. That said, this comes from ...
Posted on 27 August 2015 | 11:05 am
  Oscar-nominated actress Alfre Woodard to
Following the success of the Marvel series Daredevil, fans are eagerly awaiting the new season of the show, as well as the other new Marvel projects that are coming to Netflix in the coming years. The next new Marvel series we will see on Netflix will be ...
Posted on 25 August 2015 | 8:10 pm
  Alfre Woodard Joins Marvel’s ‘Luke
As Daredevil continues production of Season 2, and AKA Jessica Jones gets ready for a Fall release on Netflix, Marvel is preparing for its next interconnecting series on the streaming site. The Luke Cage character will already be making his debut midway ...
Posted on 24 August 2015 | 12:03 am
  Alfre Woodard tapped for Marvel's 'Luke
Tulsa native Alfre Woodard is near a dealto star opposite Mike Colter ("Million Dollar Baby," TV's "The Good Wife") in Marvel's Netflix drama "Luke Cage," according to The Hollywood Reporter. The trade publication reports that Colter's character will be ...
Posted on 22 August 2015 | 7:35 am
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  Dreaeaa: RT @_Respecttheafro: But she's from
Dreaeaa: RT @_Respecttheafro: But she's from a poor family with good values and her grandma will be Either be Alfree Woodard, Octavia Spencer, or Je…
Posted on 22 March 2017 | 3:09 pm
  KylaMechelle: RT @_Respecttheafro: But she's
KylaMec%^e: RT @_Respecttheafro: But she's from a poor family with good values and her grandma will be Either be Alfree Woodard, Octavia Spencer, or Je…
Posted on 22 March 2017 | 3:09 pm
  MommaAfro_: But she's from a poor family
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Posted on 22 March 2017 | 3:09 pm
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  Resolved Question: Your top five African
Posted on 22 May 2009 | 12:17 pm
  Resolved Question: What culture is hardest
I wonder which culture is hardest on their children when it comes to discipline. I hear a lot about how Asian parents are very traditional and strict on their children and demanding, but I personally think African-American parents (especially the moms) are just as hard. I'm African-American and well the women in my family don't play around. They are very insistent at times when things don't go their way. My mom can be very demanding and insisting on her way of doing things commanding respect which to me means obedience regardless of whether I agree or not or feel hurt or not all that matters is how she sees things. So yeah sometimes I wonder about which culture is the hardest and most demanding on their kids but I guess it is an irrelevant question because on the individual level each parent is different and I think universally all parents are gonna be firm with their kids at some point yearning to protect them from harm. I think parents will always see their children as babies (about to step into danger) no matter their age. I saw Joy Luck Club but I also saw Crooklyn and well the moms in both films were very firm with their kids (Lindo dragged Waverly to the piano in JLC while Alfree Woodard's character in the film Crooklyn, Mrs. Carmichael, whipped her kids one morning after they forgot to clean up the house the night before). So in those two films we saw two moms of two different cultures taking the reigns with their kids. Even Waverly screamed out "I'll never be the perfect daughter that you want me to be!" Sometimes I feel just like that, like nothing will ever be to satisfaction because my flaws and irritatable habits will always be emphasized. Whenever I get reprimanded emotionally for not doing something I should have done or doing something I shouldn't it makes me feel very guilty about even being alive because I feel that for every breath I take I will get another downgrade by everyone around me because I somehow infringed on their personal comfort and satisfaction so now they have something to blame me for. Being a human is tough, but I'm still kicking at 23.
Posted on 12 May 2009 | 8:02 am
  Resolved Question: Who was the first actress
I'm not sure about all the early films that came out in the 1960s showing women in very aggressive situations or in that "take charge" tone, but I think Bette Davis is one of the earliest examples of the independent women on the big screen. I was also thinking of Sigourney Weaver in the Alien films and also many of the single mom roles portrayed on screen in films where the woman has to take leadership role in nurturing her children. I think Jennifer Lopez (Enough), Angela Bassett (Boyz N the Hood), Alfree Woodard (Crooklyn, Blue Chips) are also strong examples of this in a way. Another recent example of the independent or courageous woman could be Hilary Swank's portrayal of female boxer Maggie Fitzgerald in Million Dollar Baby. This of course being a major change from the days of the early 1950s films and probably 1940s of women always not having a choice in the matter as they yield to the men in their lives. Oh and I almost forgot about Kim Elise in Mad Black Woman! And Rochelle Aytes in Madea's Family Reunion was deep too! These two films dealt with battered women escaping their abusive spouses. Oh and sorry but I almost forgot about Jada Pinkett in her emotional film roles in Menace II Society as single mom Ronnie and in Set It Off as janitor Stoney whom robs banks with her friends. Those roles very powerful and Oscar worthy because of the emotion she poured into them. Gotta give it up to Jennifer Hudson and Beyonce Knowles in their respective courageous roles in the film Dreamgirls when they both found the strength to leave Curtis (portrayed well by Jamie Foxx). Disney films Mulan, The Little Mermaid, Beauty & the Beast, and Pocahantas also had courageous female leads taking charge which was a big shift from Snow White. She was so naive and careless. Still even though Cinderella was swept off her feet by a prince too gotta give her some credit for enduring such a nasty domestic life in a cruel family. We got to see her struggle when she was down and when she was in the gown so we saw the whole person, not just the good looks and that was a deep lesson to put in that film. I also can't forget about Ming Na in Joy Luck Club as June Woo carrying on in place of her deceased mother and in the process of confronting her family culture conflict she gained a deeper respect and love for her mother especially after meeting her half-sisters. Her role as Dr. Chen in the medical drama series E.R. is worth noting too just for all the stuff her character went through and endured. She really pours her whole emotional heart into her characters.
Posted on 10 February 2009 | 6:23 am
  Resolved Question: Who is your favorite
My all-time favorite actress in Ming Na Wen and after her I go with Jada Pinkett, Vivica Fox, Angela Bassett, Kimberly Elise, Alfree Woodard so they round out my top 6 because they all know how to exert much power, emotion, and endurance into their film roles!
Posted on 15 December 2008 | 6:09 am



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