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Remember that whole "It's Gonna be May" meme trend? How could you forget, seeing as it just happened yesterday. People all over the Internet got a giant kick out of posting different versions of a picture, playing on the lyrics from the 'N Sync song "It's Gonna Be Me." You know, this one: Well, it turns out that the Backstreet Boys are feeling a little left out. They want fans to know that they exist too, and they posted this Tweet to try and get in on all the fun. nullIt's sweet that Bsb got jealous of all the attention that 'N Sync is getting, but we're going to call this as a too-little, too-late situation. A day late and a dollar short. Day-old news. How many more ways »
"Selma" was the big winner at the Black Reel Awards heading into a kudos weekend that will include the Film Independent Spirit Awards and the Oscars. Ava DuVernay's film won best film, best actor, best supporting actor, best supporting actress, best director and best ensemble honors. Check out the full list of winners below, the nominees here and the rest of the season's offerings at The Circuit. Motion Picture Outstanding Motion Picture "Selma" Outstanding Actor David Oyelowo, "Selma" Outstanding Actress Gugu Mbatha-Raw, "Belle" Outstanding Supporting Actor Wendell Pierce, "Selma" Outstanding Supporting Actress Carmen Ejogo, "Selma" Outstanding Director Ava DuVernay, "Selma" Outstanding Screenplay (Original or Adapted) Chris Rock, "Top Five" Outstanding Documentary "Anita: Speaking Truth to the Power" Outstanding Ensemble (Awarded to Casting Directors) "Selma" Outstanding Foreign Film "Fishing Without Nets" (Kenya) Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Male Tyler James Williams, "Dear White People" Outstanding Breakthrough Performance, Female Teyonah Parris, "Dear White People »
- Kristopher Tapley
Behold the NAACP Image Awards, where somehow Antoine Fuqua did a better job directing "The Equalizer" than Ava DuVernay on Best Picture winner "Selma" or Gina Prince-Bythewood on "Beyond the Lights." Lots of dubious choices like that throughout this year's 46th annual awards, which tends to be a bit of a tradition, actually. Check out the nominees here, the full list of winners below and the rest of the season's offerings at The Circuit. Film Outstanding Motion Picture "Selma" (Paramount Pictures) Outstanding Directing in a Motion Picture Antoine Fuqua, "The Equalizer" (Columbia Pictures) Outstanding Actor in a Motion Picture David Oyelowo, "Selma" (Paramount Pictures) Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture Taraji P. Henson, "No Good Deed" (Screen Gems) Outstanding Supporting Actor in a Motion Picture Common, "Selma" (Paramount Pictures) Outstanding Supporting Actress in a Motion Picture Carmen Ejogo, "Selma" (Paramount Pictures) Outstanding Independent Motion Picture "Belle" (Fox Searchlight Pictures/ DJ »
- Kristopher Tapley
ABC’s black-ish was TV’s big winner Friday evening at the NAACP Image Awards — which celebrate the achievements and performances of people of color in the arts, as well as those who promote social justice through creative endeavors — by topping five comedy categories, including collecting acting kudos for leads Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross.
The 46th NAACP Image Awards aired tonight on TV One and we have the complete list of winners!
The event, hosted by Anthony Anderson, featured presenters such as Will Smith, Russell Simmons, Keegan-Michael Key, Taraji P. Henson and Tracee Ellis Ross. Prior to the award show, Affion Crockett and Chris Spencer hosted a gala dinner on Thursday announcing the winners for 45 non-televised categories.
Oscar-nominated Selma was awarded the top film honor, while ABC's freshmen series black-ish and How to Get Away With Murder took home the evening's top TV awards. But it was Empire star Taraji P. Henson who stole the show, snagging Entertainer of the Year (presented by Oprah Winfrey), as well as Outstanding Actress in a Motion Picture for her turn in No Good Deed.
Check out the list below to see who walked away as big winners.
Entertainer Of The Year:
5 items from 2015
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