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Marcus Jones

Marcus is a Digital News Writer. He enjoys when Rihanna makes music, and is open to watching any film or TV show where someone has a drink thrown at them.

Director Tim Story, showrunner Zahir McGhee, and choreographer Fatima Robinson reveal how they recaptured the Golded Age of rap videos on ABC’s Queens.
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With the project unauthorized by the legendary comedian's estate, the network has ended the development of The Comeback Girl.
The stage and screen actor died after a two-year battle with cancer.
"Usually what I do when there's something missing that I really want to see is I just decide, okay, well I'll just write it. So I did."
John Hoffman, who co-created the Hulu series with star Steve Martin, discusses the "double-edged quality" of the season's revealed killer, and what "loose ends" tee up next season.
On the ABC News special The Real Queens of Hip-Hop: The Women Who Changed the Game, the seasoned rappers comfort newcomer Lakeyah who admits she feels pressured to fit certain body standards.
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The star shares what it took to lead a killer ensemble of gunslinging outlaws in the stylish, action-packed Western.
The HBO Max series — starring Sarah Jessica Parker, Kristin Davis, and Cynthia Nixon — premieres in December.
The actress breaks down her new comedy with partner-in-crime Kristen Bell.
Brandy, Eve, Naturi Naughton, and Nadine Velazquez, the stars of ABC's new show Queens, come with an infectious '90s throwback co-produced by Swizz Beatz.
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The upcoming specials concludes his body of work that began with The Age of Spin.
The stars of the new Amazon film about rival ballerinas shared what it was like when one of them got a huge part the other also tested for.
While her prom look is a choice, Never Been Kissed's Josie Geller succeeds in making the interview go from cringey to sweet.
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BTS join Coldplay for a collaboration of epic proportions, produced by Max Martin.
The Bay Area rapper on making a sequel to his debut album, accepting responsibility, and working with Demi Lovato and Lil Wayne
The new look at director Pablo Larraín's portrait of the Princess Di allows viewers to finally hear how Stewart sounds portraying the icon.