Movies

Watch the official trailer for upcoming film Judas and The Black Messiah starring LaKeith Stanfield, which is set to hit theaters Feb. 12 and HBO Max 31 days after its' theatrical release.

Netflix looks like it's going to have a strong 2021 thanks to its movie lineup.

Your favorite TV show may one day vanish from Netflix as quickly as you binge-watched it, but the service's inventory of stand-up comedy specials has been consistently robust. Trevor Noah impersonating President Barack Obama in a music video in Afraid of the Dark is right next to Bill Burr poking fun at European obesity on Paper Tiger, which isn't far from Kevin Hart opening his What Now? special as a spy fighting duo with Halle Berry.

With the sudden death of Chadwick Boseman last year, rumors have been flying around about the possible use of CGI or even having the story revolve around Shuri (Letitia Wright) taking on the mantle of the Black Panther. 

Raven Goodwin will play legendary actress Hattie McDaniel, the first African American to ever win an Oscar, in Behind the Smile. Now, she will take on one of her most profound roles to date. 

According to Shadow and Act, Raven Goodwin, known for her roles in “Being Mary Jane” and The Clark Sisters: The First Ladies of Gospel will take on the role of McDaniel in a film titled Behind the Smile.

It's still early in the new year, but it looks like we got a strong contender for movie of the year already.

Everyone's talking about Disney Pixar's latest animated film Soul that was released Christmas Day. Soul follows Joe Gardner, voiced by Jamie Foxx,  who is a middle school band teacher discovering life's true purpose on his journey in and out of the great beyond.

The highly anticipated sequel lands on March 5, 2021 on Amazon Prime Video.

Audiences will see Chadwick Boseman's final film performance this week when 'Ma Rainey's Black Bottom' premieres on Netflix December 18th. They will not be disappointed.