Look, she’s even on Tumblr!
Like, you know, whatever.
“Okay, lets switch gears and do a little word association.”
Terry Crews just delivers. I expected that Andre Braugher would be my favorite thing about Brooklyn Nine Nine (since usually he’s my favorite part of anything he’s in), but I’ve realized that Terry Crews is the one I can count on to make me laugh in each episode.
Also, I continue to picture Tichina Arnold whenever someone mentions his wife. PLEASE LET THIS HAPPEN, UNIVERSE!
The thing that makes any “black movie” good is exactly the same thing that unmakes the “black movie” as a useful construct: A good “black movie” is a film that recognizes black people as humans — not symbols or vehicles for white enlightenment or redemption — and reminds us that it’s the mainstream movie industry that doesn’t get it, not audiences.
How many awesome actors can you fit in one photo?
Check out Jared Leto, Nick Kroll, Rashida Jones, Amy Poehler, Michael B. Jordan appear at the IFP Gotham Independent Film Awards in New York City on Dec. 2, 2013. See more PHOTOS here.
There are also more photos of co-stars Poehler and Jones in the gallery so click away!
"[I]f the people who are recruited to the newsroom because they add perspectives that might otherwise be overlooked are also taught that they should leave their politics at the door, or think like professional journalists rather than representatives or their community, or privilege something called “news values” over the priorities they had when they decided to become journalists, then these people are being given a fatally mixed message, if you see what I mean. They are valued for the perspective they bring, and then told that they should transcend that perspective."