Posts Tagged: Denzel Washington

Queen Latifah

Queen Latifah Is Open To A Crossover With Denzel Washington

Queen Latifah has shared that she is open to an “Equalizer” crossover with Denzel Washington. When asked about it, she said, “That’s up to D.” She added, “Obviously, I love him to pieces. I have the greatest amount of respect for him. What he’s done with the films has been incredible, and I’d be more… Read more »

Denzel Washington Most-Nominated Black Actor In Oscars History Again

Denzel Washington breaks his own record for most-nominated again. The Hollywood icon is nominated for ‘Best Actor’ for his role in Joel Coen’s “The Tragedy of MacBeth.” This 10th nomination makes him the most-nominated Black actor in Academy Awards history. Denzel has won two Oscars-one for ‘Best Supporting Actor’ in Glory and one for ‘Best Actor… Read more »

Denzel Opens Opens Up About His Christian Faith

In a recent interview, Denzel Washington chatted about his new movie role in The Little Things.   While talking about the role, he also opened up about his faith.   He said, “I’m doing what God told me to do from the beginning. It was prophesied that I would travel the world and speak to millions of people…I… Read more »

Denzel Washington’s New Movie ‘The Little Things’ Is Out

Denzel Washington fans are too excited because his movie, ‘The Little Things’ is officially out.  Fans can expect crime and fiction weaved together with violence, murder, missing women, a haunted detective for a great thrill-ride. Denzel’s character is tracking a serial killer. If you enjoy that type of escape you can watch the film on… Read more »

Chadwick Boseman

Chadwick Boseman’s Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom Debuts on Netflix in December

Chadwick Boseman’s last movie has a premiere date on Netflix.  December 18th is the date Ma Rainey’s Black Bottom will premiere on Netflix.  The movie stars Chadwick, Viola Davis and Glynn Turman to name a few.  It is also produced by Chadwick’s mentor, Denzel Washington.  The movie is adapted from August Wilson’s award-winning play by the same… Read more »