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Higher Learning: “12 Years A Slave” Headed To High Schools

Posted  September 18, 2014  by  jmurray

Many often say that the younger generation does not realize the impact that slavery had on the American culture. Now, students may have to face the reality of slavery by seeing it first-hand in the Academy Award-winning feature film “12 Years a Slave.” Fox Searchlight has revealed that it has partnered with New Regency, Penguin [...]

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Wendy Williams
TV

“Wendy” Works: Talk Show Scores Record Ratings

Posted  September 18, 2014  by  jmurray

Wendy Williams is back for its sixth season and the show is garnering its highest ratings ever. The nationally syndicated talk show, “The Wendy Williams Show,” scored record ratings for the chat show in the key demographic of women 25 to 54.  That demo is the coveted audience for advertisers and essential for talk show [...]

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Bishop T.D. Jakes: Readying Two New TV Shows

Posted  September 17, 2014  by  jmurray

Bishop T.D. Jakes is gearing up to launch two new TV show. The renowned mega church pastor and televangelist is preparing to launch a daily syndicated talk show that would premiere some time in 2015. Additionally, Jakes is developing a weekly series based off his latest best-selling book, “Instinct: The Power to Unleash Your Inborn [...]

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Word Play: Vanessa Bell Calloway Brings Zora Neale Hurston Show East

Posted  September 17, 2014  by  jmurray

Actress Vanessa Bell Calloway will play her one-woman show about prolific writer Zora Neale Hurston on the East Coast. “Letters From Zora,” the play Calloway first played at the Pasadena Playhouse in Pasadena, Calif., will run from Oct. 9 – 26 at the Crossroads Theatre Company in New Brunswick, NJ. The NAACP Image Award-nominated actress [...]

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TV

TV Turnover: Big Changes At “Entertainment Tonight”

Posted  September 16, 2014  by  jmurray

There are some major changes happening at “Entertainment Tonight.” The long-running syndicated news magazine series announced in August that anchor Rob Marciano would be exiting the show after just 18 months on the job.  He was replaced by Kevin Frazier, who was the host of “E.T.’s” sister show “The Insider.” Now, TheWrap.com is reporting that [...]

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Whitney Houston: Where Is The All-Star Tribute CD?

Posted  September 16, 2014  by  jmurray

After Luther Vandross suffered a severe stroke on April 16, 2003, jazz label Verve Music also released a tribute album to Vandross. The CD was mixed by Ray Bardani, who recorded and mixed most of Luther’s music over the years. Their collection, “Forever, For Always, For Luther” included the late crooner’s hits performed by Kirk [...]

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Faith

Bishop TD Jakes: Blasts The “Preachers of LA”

Posted  October 15, 2013  by  jmurray

Oxygen’s hit reality series “Preachers of LA” is not being received well by many Christians who believe the show plays up every bad stereotype non-Christians and naysayers have ever had about the church community. Made up of Los Angeles-based pastors Bishop Noel Jones, Bishop Clarence McClendon, Pastor Wayne Chaney, Bishop Ron Gibson, Pastor Jay Haizlip [...]

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Pointless Protest: New York Pastors Rally Against Al Sharpton

Posted  October 15, 2013  by  jmurray

A group of New York-based preachers are organizing and planning a rally against Rev. Al Sharpton. According to the New York Daily News, Four upstart clergymen have invited more than 100 churches to knock Rev. Al Sharpton off his Harlem political throne. Though it’s unclear what their mission is regarding attacking Sharpton, Speak Out Say [...]

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Star Jones: Readying TV Return With New Show

Posted  October 15, 2013  by  jmurray

Star Jones is gearing up to return to TV. The former co-host of “The View” apparently recently began production a television pilot with Lionsgate-owned company Debmar-Mercury (“Wendy Williams Show“/”Jeremy Kyle”) for a legal-oriented panel show that she would moderate. The ensemble show would be unisex and include five hosts, though Jones is the only talent [...]

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Watch West: Kanye’s Crazy Appearance On “Jimmy Kimmel Live”

Posted  October 10, 2013  by  jmurray

Two weeks after having a Twitter spat after comedian Jimmy Kimmel spoofed Kanye West on his late night show on ABC, the rapper appeared on “Jimmy Kimmel Live” so that they could squash their beef. In what could be described as one of the most erratic interviews of all time, the 36-year-old rapper rambled and [...]

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Hip Hop

50 Cent: “I Don’t Have Homophobia!”

Posted  October 9, 2013  by  jmurray

Rapper 50 Cent is making a declaration that his is not anti-gay. The hip-hop star, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, addressed the issue while recently promoting his new Sundance Channel series, “Dream School.” “I don’t have homophobia. I never did,” 50 Cent told the website TheWrap. The rap star is the producer of the [...]

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Mathew Knowles: Music World Drama & “Sunday Best” Saga

Posted  October 9, 2013  by  jmurray

Mathew Knowles’ Music World record label continues to quietly be a label in turmoil. The once-thriving music empire, which now predominantly releases original gospel recordings and R&B compilations from its former label acts, has been on the market to be sold, despite Knowles’ previous denial to AlwaysAList.com. Several major record executives confirmed again to us [...]

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Chris Brown: Making Sexual Confessions

Posted  October 8, 2013  by  jmurray

R&B singer Chris Brown is making some sexual confessions in a new interview with UK’s The Guardian. During the interview, which took place at a Los Angeles recording studio, Brown shared with the reporter that he lost his virginity at eight-years-old to a girl who was either 14 or 15. “Yeah, really. Uh-huh,” he grinned [...]

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NAACP Image Awards: Moves To New Network Home

Posted  October 8, 2013  by  jmurray

The NAACP Image Awards are moving to cable. After years of airing on Fox and NBC respectively, the annual awards show will now broadcast on the TV One network. The airing of the 45th NAACP Image Awards in February 2014 will be the first to air on TV One. The NAACP Image Awards honors “the [...]

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Movies

Tyler Perry: Gets Animated For New Film

Posted  October 7, 2013  by  jmurray

He’s become a Hollywood force with his scripted television series, his films and his touring plays, but now Tyler Perry has set his sites on animation. AlwaysAList.com has learned that the 44-year-old mogul is gearing up for an animated film project called “Madea’s Kids.” The feature film will target children and though details are sketchy, [...]

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Halle Berry: Details On Baby’s Birth

Posted  October 7, 2013  by  jmurray

Oscar winner Halle Berry gave birth over the weekend to a baby boy. The 47-year-old actress delivered her second child on Saturday at Cedars Sinai Hospital in Los Angeles. This is Berry’s first child with current husband, Olivier Martinez. She has also has a five-year-old daughter, Nahla, with her ex-boyfriend, model Gabriel Aubry. According to [...]

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