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Category Archive: Film & TV

New RZA / Azealia Banks Film to Hit Theaters in December

Love Beats Rhymes will be hitting the big screens this December, starring Hip Hop artist Azealia Banks and directed by filmmaker and fellow Hip Hop artist The RZA. Azealia Banks will be starring as...

“Being Mary Jane” to End in 2018 With 2 Hour Series Finale

The popular BET scripted series Being Mary Jane, starring Gabrielle Union, will conclude in 2018. The show will forego a final season and instead end with a two-hour TV movie as the series finale....

“On One” With Angela Rye Live At A3C With Guest Star Lil’ Rel

This past weekend Doxygen Media attended the A3C Conference in Atlanta and got a chance to sit in on a live taping of “On One” With Angela Rye. Rye, an NPR political analyst and CNN...

A Sit Down with the Producers of Netflix’s “Hip Hop Evolution”

Ever wonder where real Hip Hop originated? Before the likes of Biggie Smalls, Tupac Shakur, Nas and Jay-Z were killing the mic. Yes, these were pace setting MC’s, but let’s take it back to the...

“The Rap Year Book” To Become an AMC Documentary Series

Shea Serrano’s 2015 book The Rap Year Book, has been picked up as a 6 episode docu-series for AMC, set to be executive produced by The Root’s Questlove and Black Thought. The project will air...

HBO’s “Confederate” Prompts Social Media #NoConfederate Protest

HBO’s announcement of the development of a new show titled “Confederate” has been generating controversy that doesn’t seem to be dying down anytime soon. The show, which will begin shooting...

Tarantino Returns with Manson Murder Movie Thriller

Quentin Tarantino is a director well known for putting bloody, gory, and violent films on screens across America. After his 2015 film, The Hateful Eight, Tarantino is returning to tell the story of...

Ava DuVernay and Netflix Team Up Again For “Central Park Five” MiniSeries

After directing “13th”, Ava Duvernay has returned to Netflix to give viewers another great story. The highly acclaimed director aims to bring to Netflix viewers the story of the Central Park...

“All Eyez On Me” Opening Weekend & Celebrity Response

The Tupac Shakur Biopic “All Eyez On Me” surpassed expectations with an opening weekend of $27million. Having cast a wide net with pre-sale tickets, many of those sales are attributed to the...
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