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Denzel Reprises Role for First Time in Gritty Vigilante Thriller
July 19, 2018
Although Denzel Washington has made about four dozen movies over the course of his legendary career, he's never reprised a role until now. In The "Equalizer 2," the two-time Oscar-winner (for "Glory" and "Training Day") returns to play Robert McCall again, a retired CIA agent who turns vigilante to dole out street justice on behalf of the downtrodden.
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Film Review: Roman J. Israel, Esq.
November 16, 2017
This unorthodox arrangement worked well for Roman who, besides his disorder, is a longtime political activist dedicated to a progressive agenda, namely, to assist downtrodden individuals unfairly ensnared in the net of the prison-industrial complex. ... read more »
Legendary TV & Film Hairstylist Kenneth Walker Shows No Signs of Stopping
January 19, 2017
Recently, the Sentinel sat down in an exclusive interview with legendary hairstylist Kenneth Walker, who’s styled for some of America’s most prominent stars. Walker, whose niche is hair design for TV & Film, has done hairstyles for a number of thespians including Marla Gibbs, Denzel Washington, Julia Roberts, Bill Duke, Viola Davis, Janet Jackson, Vivica A. Fox, Michael Ealy, Laurence Fishburne and more.
Correspondent: Brittany K. Jackson ... read more / watch video »
Denzel Washington, In A Western?
May 5, 2016
Fifteen years ago, Denzel Washington became an Oscar Award winning actor with the film, “Training Day” directed by Antoine Fuqua. Thirteen years later, the pair reunited for “The Equalizer” and fans have only had to wait two years for the pair to reconnect for the remake of “The Magnificent Seven”. The original film from 1960 starred Yul Brynner. When MGM offered Fuqua the opportunity to remake the project, he wanted Denzel in the lead. ... read more »
This Week in Black History (December 24)
December 27, 2015
1992- Alphonso Michael Espy became the first African American to hold the position of Secretary of Agriculture for the U.S.
1971- Reverend Jesse Jackson organizes Operation PUSH (People United to Save Humanity). ... read more »