Sharon Stone, who worked with Meryl Streep on Steven Soderbergh's 2019 Netflix film "The Laundromat," made the comments during a recently published interview with "Everything Zoomer."
Viola Davis stole the show on the Oscars red carpet with her impeccable miming skills, prompting several "How to Get Away With Murder" references.
Daniel Kaluuya was the sole Black winner in acting categories as Chadwick Boseman and Viola Davis were surprisingly beaten in the leading actor prizes.
The Village Theatre asked potential employees: "How do/would you disrupt the toxic whiteness of the musical theater genre?" and "What does anti-racism look like in your classroom?".
Without a doubt, the exclusion of Michaela Coel's "I May Destroy You" looks to be the most egregious oversight among the 2021 Golden Globe nominees.
Dario Calmese made history when he photographed Viola Davis for the July/August 2020 cover of Vanity Fair.
In an interview form 2018 that has resurfaced on Twitter, Viola Davis said: "If there's no one like me... you pay me what I'm worth. You give me what I'm worth."
"How to Get Away with Murder" gave ABC viewers a surprise reveal of how Annalise Keating died—and Viola Davis' character was not the only one to lose her life in the final episode.
"How to Get Away with Murder" Season 6 is about to air its final episode, which will be the groundbreaking Viola Davis' last ever installment on ABC.
"How to Get Away with Murder" airs its series finale on ABC in May 14, meaning that the Season 6 of the Viola Davis drama will soon be on Netflix.
"How to Get Away With Murder" will air its series finale this May, with ABC promising that the killer of Annalise Keating will finally be revealed in Season 6, Episode 15.
"Good Times" is getting an all-star remake for one night only, with Viola Davis, Andre Braugher and Jharrel Jerome among the cast members going "Live in Front of a Studio Audience" on ABC.
The show had an explosive mid-season finale and fans who want to find out what happened next will have to wait a while.
"Racists don't make out with the race that they hate, especially in the way he does with his tongue—so deep down her throat."
The crossover episode will air March 1 on ABC.
A growing number of award-winning actors are thrusting the issue of equality, in Hollywood and elsewhere, into the spotlight.
Co-star Viola Davis deserves all the awards coming her way for her work in the adaptation of August Wilson's Pulitzer Prize-winning play.
The Emmy Award-winning actress revealed her unfortunate injury on 'Jimmy Kimmel Live'.