Regina King’s acting and directing career is abundant with accolades. So much so that the USC alumna reigns as the most awarded African-American performer to date with an Academy Award, a Golden Globe and four Primetime Emmys.
When Lynda Carter made her memorable cameo in Wonder Woman 1984 as Asteria — a legendary Amazonian warrior with golden armor — the actress and singer was in the midst of working on a song inspired by her late husband Robert A. Altman. Further influenced by Steve (Chris Pine) and Diana’s (Gal Gadlot) bittersweet love story in the film, Carter soon created a new single, “Human and Divine.”
The actress, who plays the title role of the gospel legend, is joined by executive producer Linda Berman to discuss the Emmy-nominated biopic.
The cast of Hulu’s Nine Perfect Strangers is collectively certain of one thing ahead of the series premiere — they lucked out on joining an incredible ensemble.
To help amplify Muslim talent on screen, Riz Ahmed has teamed with Pillars Fund, a Chicago-based advocacy group, and the Ford Foundation to create $25,000 fellowships for Muslim storytellers. The group also commissioned a study that was released Thursday by Dr. Stacy L. Smith and the USC Annenberg Inclusion Initiative to highlight the marginalization of Muslims in Hollywood.
Ana de la Reguera has an action-packed summer ahead of her starring in Army of the Dead as well as The Forever Purge — two roles she admits took her out of her comfort zone but were well worth it.
The 'Birds of Prey' actress and Bay Area rapper discuss how the video can spotlight harmful effects of the skin whitening industry and emphasize why it's important to love one's identity, within and without.
Having worked across all four of Warners' and Legendary's films, Borenstein details his approach to creating relatable and fresh tales for the pop culture titans while paying tribute to their historic legacies.
Stars and power players open up about how COVID-19 impacted their lives over the past 12 months.
Within the first few scenes of Raya and the Last Dragon, it’s clear a grand adventure is about to take place, made all the more mesmerizing thanks to lush and vibrant tributes to Southeast Asia.
The Hollywood Reporter spoke with cast and crew to discuss the journey to make The Night while following strict guidelines imposed by Iran and hopes for how the universal yet haunting message will be received by all audiences.
Viola Davis, Lilly Singh, Gabrielle Union and more share their praise for the vice president-elect and what hopes her position will offer to young women of color.
If a pandemic didn't have most of the world on pause, 'Never Have I Ever' star Maitreyi Ramakrishnan would be celebrating the second season pickup of her Netflix comedy.
Brothers Darius and Abraham Marder share how real-life hardships breathed life into Riz Ahmed's Ruben, Olivia Cooke's Lou and Paul Raci's Joe: "It was always important that this story is universal. … It's really about something that is pervasively human."
'The Hunt for Red October' star reflects on working with the late Connery: "I learned a lot from watching him about being real in front of the camera."