On top of releasing her screenwriting debut, “Queen & Slim,” in theaters last month, Emmy award-winning producer Lena Waithe has even more reason to celebrate.
Gabrielle Union is set to lead and produce an untitled romantic comedy about a newly-single African-American woman who dates a freshly-divorced Asian-American man.
Motherhood places us into an entirely new mind frame. One in which our perspective about self and outlook on life changes completely.
Out with the old and in with the new, but the classics remain top staples. As the year of fashion closes out, it’s only right to send it off celebrating those that have shaped, defined and revolutionized some of 2019’s styles.
As the notable Alfred Hitchcock once said, “To make a great film you need three things: the script, the script and the script.”
It may be hard to believe that Melina Matsoukas is a first-time filmmaker, making her directorial debut with Queen & Slim. Though a newbie, she is no stranger behind the lens. As a matter of fact, she’s decades in.