Today in tribute to Regina King’s, son, Ian, King took to Instagram to declare ‘Worthday’

Our prayers and deepest condolences are going out to Regina King who lost her only son Ian Alexander Jr to suicide at the age of 26. This past weekend the world went into shock and morning as an official statement was made by Academy Award winning actress and director Regina King about the passing of […]

2020 can have a it’s own history book aside from being added to others, with the COVID-19 pandemic then protest breaking out all over the world with the live murders of several people at the hands of the ones that are supposed to protect and serve.  Now we are a year later with some of […]

What would have happened had you dropped a young Cassius Clay (Muhammad Ali), Jim Brown, Sam Cooke and Malcom X in a hotel room to discuss the responsibility of being successful black men during the civil rights movement on a hot evening in Miami in 1964?  Probably the making of history and a meeting that […]

God is good all the time and Regina King knows that, all the time God is good. Regina King gave honor to God as well as her mother that was in attendance with her as she gave a powerful humbling Oscar 2019 acceptance speech for Best Supporting Actress in her portrayal of Sharon Rivers in […]

Ice Cube’s loss was apparently Tupac Shakur‘s gain. The former Digital Underground member may have gained a lead role and more fans with acting in John Singleton‘s “Poetic Justice,” but had things turned out differently, it would’ve been Cube, instead of Shakur who moviegoers would’ve seen as Lucky. As Singleton noted, starring in a love story was […] Regina King recently opened up to Jimmy Kimmel about how she made a point to avoid approaching celebrities she admires because they might destroy her perception of them. The “If Beale Street Could Talk” star told Kimmel  that her adoration for “A Star Is Born” actor Sam Elliott dates back decades. So she wasn’t about to […]

Regina King has been in Hollywood her whole life. She’s “born and bred” in L.A. and started in entertainment business at nine or ten. She had her big break with 227 when she was 13. King recently declared that everything she produces for the next two years is going to be 50 percent women. She […]

After her Emmy Award-winning success on ABC’s “American Crime,” Regina King is now focused on highlighting the Atlanta child murders for FX’s upcoming series “No Place Safe.” The developing drama series, based on Kim Reid’s 2007 memoir of the same name, will find the actress reuniting with “American Crime” executive producer John Ridley, according to Deadline. Reid’s book […]

Emmy-winning “American Crime” co-star Regina King has re-teamed with series creator John Ridley – (yes, that John Ridley, the one who doesn’t feel black women had or have a voice in the civil rights movement or the modern day black struggle, for that matter) – on a new project titled, “No Place Safe.” For a […]

Emmy-winning American Crime co-star Regina King has signed a two-year deal with the studio behind the acclaimed John Ridley limited series, ABC Studios, for her production company Royal Ties. King’s sister, Reina King, will serve as development executive as the two develop and produce new projects. King won two back-to-back best supporting actress in a […]