The Hate U Give was one of the most powerful movies that I have ever seen, and one of the most powerful books I have ever read. I am thrilled that the time to bring it home is almost upon us. Fox announced that the movie will arrive on digitalRead More →

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I am always humbled that we are invited to movie sets, but no set has ever affected me the way that the visit to the set of The Hate U Give did. Traveling to Atlanta last year, I took in every moment and realized quickly that if there is one movieRead More →

Next week I start putting out our interviews from the set of The Hate U Give. It was a set visit that changed me to my core, and I can’t wait for you all to see it. And thankfully you won’t have to wait longer, because Fox has changed theRead More →

If you missed the Video Music Awards on Sunday, you missed the latest sneak peek from The Hate U Give (we were lucky enough to visit the set last year and will be bringing you our interviews next month). If you aren’t familiar with the book – first, I encourageRead More →

We attended the set of The Hate U Give and we were impressed with Kian Lawley on set, but it appears that we were so very wrong. And guys, we’re in total support of what Fox has decided to do when a video of the star making racially charged commentsRead More →

There has been an addition to the cast of The Hate U Give. Dominique Fishback, who is a series regular in HBO’s new series, The Deuce, has been added to the cast of the film which is currently under production in Georgia. Dominique will be playing Kenya. If you aren’tRead More →

We’re going to be talking about this movie forever, because we know that it’s going to be amazing. Based on the critically acclaimed novel by Angela Thomas (27 weeks on The New York Times young adult best-seller list), Fox 2000’s adaptation of THE HATE U GIVE begins principal photography inRead More →

Common has joined the cast of The Hate U Give and we’re thrilled. Casting already includes Amandla Stenberg along with Lamar Johnson, Algee Smith, Russell Hornsby and Regina Hall. If you aren’t familiar with the book – first, I encourage you to go out and get yourself a copy. TheRead More →

If you’ve seen Girls Trip, then you know Regina Hall. She’s a phenomenal actress, who we loved in Barbershop and Black-ish, as well as Girls Trip (which if you haven’t seen – you need to. It’s amazing) and now we get to see her in an adaptation that we can’tRead More →