Grier shares stories from her new memoir, Foxy: My Life in Three Acts, including her transition from singing to acting and how she gained the confidence to be successful.
She was admired for her talent and activism and considered one of the most beautiful women in the world. Praise for Lena Horne extends to the strength of her convictions, as she changed the image of African American women in Hollywood by refusing to be cast in stereotypical roles as a maid. The 92-year-old singer, [...]
Oscar-winning actor explains the impact of his profession on his activism and discusses his new film, The Lightkeepers, as a metaphor for the U.S.
Actress dishes about the recent Correspondents Dinner and talks about her film, Multiple Sarcasms.
Oscar-winning filmmaker shares the backstory of convicted lobbyist Jack Abramoff—the subject of the documentary Casino Jack and the United States of Money.
Actress discusses what’s surprised her about her new series, Who Do You Think You Are?, and talks about her latest film project.
Multi-talented comedian-actor reflects on his influences, navigating his career and dealing with adulation.
Actor explains what led to his role in the FX series Justified.
The Blind Side is based on a true story about a homeless teen who finds a home with a “well-to-do” family in Memphis. The film was directed by John Lee Hancock, based on a book by Michael Lewis and brought Sandra Bullock the Best Actress Academy Award. Does it matter that the homeless teen was [...]
Emmy-winning writer-comedian-actor talks about whether Americans could handle being told the truth more often and his new film.