President Obama Will HOST “SELMA” Screening At The White House

President Obama Will HOST “SELMA” Screening At The White House.Director Ava DuVernay and lead actor David Oyelowo were overlooked for and Oscar nomination by the Academy. However they caught the attention of Barack Obama and they have a special screening at the white house. Spike Lee had a few things to say about it as well he also identifies with being over looked by the Academy.However Spike is feeling hopeful about the Academy’s future under Cheryl Boone Isaacs. Cheryl is the first black president in Academy of Motion Picture Arts and Sciences history. More Details below

Rev. Al Sharpton Says Oscar Nominations’ Lack Of Diversity Is ‘Appalling & Insulting’!

Civil rights leader Rev. Al Sharpton is speaking up against the lack of diversity of the Oscar nominations. He says that him or his colleagues at the National Action Network might stage ‘actions’ in protest before or during the Academy Awards. Rev. Al Sharpton believes that it was “appallingly insulting in the year of 2015 that the 20 Academy Awards acting nominations went only to white actors and actresses.” Read more on the story after the jump!

(Video) Common Speaks On Latest Role In ‘Selma’, Details Collaborative Hit ‘Glory’

Chi-town great, Common has sat down with Yahoo News’ Katie Couric, to discuss his most recent role in the powerful film ‘Selma’!

Oprah Winfrey’s Martin Luther King Jr. Movie “Selma” Has A Release Date; Find Out Inside!

Recently, fans learned that beloved media icon and billionaire club member Oprah Winfrey would be involved in the project that would bring historic Civil Rights leader Martin Luther King Jr’s life to the big screen in a film that will be titled, “Selma”. According to reports, a date for its release has been slated. Get deets on the film’s release inside.

Selma To Montgomery: Oprah Plans On Producing Biopic Of MLK Jr’s Civil Rights Campaign

Oprah Winfrey is unstoppable! Ending February with a bang, is the news of Oprah producing a biopic on the famous 1965 march, lead by Martin Luther King Jr. for the voting rights campaign. Check out the jump for details.

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