Taraji P. Henson stopped by the studio to discuss her new partnership with chocolate brand Kinder Bueno. While there, the Empire star also dished on the last season of Empire– and the possibility of a reunion show.

Henson also chatted about her upcoming Netflix project and wedding in 2020.

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‘Harriet’ star Zackary Momoh is a busy man. The actor has multiple projects lined up including the period drama ‘Harriet’ starring Cynthia Ervio.

Momoh stopped by the studio to discuss his upcoming projects, including the Shinning sequel, Doctor Sleep and The Kill Team, which is out now.

Momoh also addressed the Harriet backlash– and his thoughts on UK actors getting parts in American films that focused on American stories.

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Anderson .Paak has a new focus: immigration. The rapper has signed on to help those in need by putting on a concert series called Fighting Chance.

.Paak stopped by to discuss the events, his dedicaton to helping those trying to get on their feet, and his career in music.

The rapper also discusses his close relationship with music icon Dr. Dre and how he eneded up preforming with Smokey Robinson.

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Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje has officially released his directorial debut, Farming, which follows his real-life story on how he was fostered out to a white working class families in the UK.

The actor stopped by the studio to discuss his project and his riveting experience.

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Tyrese Gibson stopped by the studio to discuss his new cop thriller Black and Blue.

The film stars Naomie Harris as a rookie cop who is chased by corrupt officers after she witnesses them killing a local drug dealer.

Gibson says his new film is a classic and breaks down why fans need to come out and support this project.

 

This week, acclaimed actress Alfre Woodard stopped by the studio to discuss her new Apple TV+ series, “See.”

In addition to discussing her role opposite Jason Momoa, Woodard also discussed her critically acclaimed role in Clemency with Aldis Hodge.

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Tarell Alvin McCraney is the man behind some of the most critically acclaimed coming of age stories– including the Oscar winning film, Moonlight.

Now, McCraney’s latest project is the new OWN series, David Makes Man.

McCraney stopped by the studio to discuss the series, his connection to the titular character and how this unique story is relatable.

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