Politically Played: Aunjanue Ellis at the NAACP Image Awards

  Aunjanue Ellis (Quantico) has been outspoken on the subject of the Confederate flag and its imagery, as recently as Sundance wearing a shirt about it, and refusing to work on any projects that associate with her home state of Mississippi (which still bears the symbol on its state flag). However you feel about mixing politics and Read More … Go Fug Yourself

February 8, 2016
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See Every Gorgeous Arrival at the NAACP Image Awards

Hollywood kept the award season glamour coming on Friday when it hit the red carpet to celebrate the NAACP Image Awards. The annual event, which honors the achievements of people of color in films, music, books, and television shows, drew out an all-star cast. Keep reading to see the stunning arrivals from Viola Davis to Kerry Washington, Chrissy Teigen, and more. As far as we’re concerned, they’re all award-worthy. POPSUGAR…

February 6, 2016
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SAG Awards Well Played, Queen Latifah in Michael Costello

  Did you guys watch The SAGs? You know how they always have an opening that’s like,”I’m So-And-So…AND I’M AN ACTOR!”? And sometimes they’re painfully self-congratulatory (sometimes the SAGs forgot that acting, although a fine profession that gives a lot to the world, is not pediatric brain surgery or hostage negotiation, or social work; Art is Read More … Go Fug Yourself

February 2, 2016
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SAG Awards Unfug It Up: Rachel McAdams in Elie Saab

    I’m happy Spotlight won the SAG for Best Ensemble; it’s a strongly acted movie from top to tail, and there’s something really quiet and old-school about it — like, it didn’t need an aggressive CGI bear or any narrative gimmicks (The Big Short) or explosions or anything else; it was just tight narrative and pace Read More … Go Fug Yourself

February 1, 2016
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