The “Ghostbusters” star on filming John Landis’ 1983 status-swap comedy, working with Eddie Murphy, and how he looks back at that blackface scene today.
The expectations-defying comedian talks about the end of her HBO show, her breakthrough movie role in Netflix’s “You People,” and how she handles backlash.
A guide to the week’s best and worst TV shows and movies from The Daily Beast’s Obsessed critics.
In this totally irrelevant interracial dating comedy (that felt old in 1967), director Kenya Barris continues to fixate on stereotypical notions of Blackness and whiteness.
The comedy legend capped his lifetime achievement award acceptance speech with an epic and unexpected punchline.
“I try to be a good person and help others regardless of who they are,” Faron Hamblin wrote.
The actor plays Murphy’s son in the comedy sequel 33 years in the making, a huge break he knew would one day come... even if it took getting through a lot of shit to get there.