Marvel Studios President Explained Why They Didn’t Recast The Role of T’Challa — The Urban Daily

Source: NBC / Getty The sudden death of Chadwick Boseman left his fans shocked and in disbelief. Being that he passed away before Black Panther: Wakanda Forever began filming, many wondered if Marvel would recast the role that helped endear him to millions of fans. The answer was a solid “no” and Marvel Studios head… Marvel... Continue Reading →

The Black Census Project Ramps Up Effort Ahead Of Midterm Elections — The Urban Daily

Source: FG Trade / GettyBilled as the “largest survey of Black people in the United States since Reconstruction,” the Black Census Project engages Black people of all backgrounds. Led by the Black Futures Lab, census organizers hope to reach at least 200,000 Black respondents. Alicia Garza, Black Futures Lab’s founder and principal, told NewsOne that… The... Continue Reading →

You Can Get a Refund for Student Loans Payments Made During the Pandemic. Here’s How — TIME

President Biden announced a plan this week to forgive up to $20,000 per borrower in federal student loan debt, a long-awaited measure that will eliminate the student debt burdens of about 20 million Americans. The plan will forgive up to $10,000 in federal student debt for people who make less than $125,000 per year, and… You... Continue Reading →

Guess Who’s Coming To Apple TV+? New ‘Sidney’ Documentary Pays Homage To Sidney Poitier — Hot 107.9 – Hot Spot ATL Did you know that Halle Berry wanted to marry Sidney Poitier? Source: Courtesy Apple TV+ / Apple TV+ Can’t say that we blame her, after watching the trailer for the upcoming Apple Originals film Sidney. The trailer reveals so many details from Sidney Poitier’s life, from his early childhood and young adulthood in his native…... Continue Reading →

Exclusive: Chanté Adams & Abbi Jacobson Talk Prime Video’s ‘A League Of Their Own’ Series, Rebooting A Classic & More — Hot 107.9 – Hot Spot ATL The Rockford Peaches are back! Source: Prime Video ‘A League of Their Own’ evokes the joyful spirit of Penny Marshall’s beloved classic while widening the lens to tell the story of an entire generation of women who dreamed of playing professional baseball. Source: Courtesy Prime Video Set in 1943, the nostalgic series takes a deeper…... Continue Reading →

A Long Time Coming: Mo’Nique To Tape Her First Netflix Original Stand-Up Special — Hot 107.9 – Hot Spot ATL

Source: Courtesy / NetflixMo’Nique wins the entire year! Today (July 19), Netflix announced that the Grammy-nominated, Oscar and Golden Globe award-winning actress and comedian will film her first Netflix original stand-up comedy special this year in Atlanta. In a video posted to both Netflix’s Twitter and Instagram accounts earlier, the legendary Queen of Comedy announced…A Long... Continue Reading →

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