Anika Noni Rose talks 'The Quad' on BET, 'Dreamgirls' 10 years later and 'Hamilton'

"I think she's very type-A. She's very specific and meticulous. But she's not a tough person."

Fox's 'Star' TV Show Premiere: 6 things to know about the new drama

'Star' premieres at 9 p.m. Wednesday.

Disney’s 'Moana' Will Not Have a Love Interest For Its Protagonist

'Moana' will follow in the footsteps of 'Frozen', and that's a good thing.

Are Disney Princess Movies Dangerous for Young Girls?

Yes, they're problematic. But are they actually harmful?

Auli'i Cravalho Has the Best Reaction to Being Named Disney's Next Princess, Moana

"Moana is such an amazing character."


This Is What It Looks Like When Disney Princesses Swap Clothes Like Real-Life Friends

Tiana gets to rock Elsa's dress? We're in.

Young Girls Everywhere Are Showing Disney What a Princess Really Looks Like

These princesses don't need a Prince Charming.

How the White, Blonde Disney Princesses Sell vs. Dark-Skinned Ones

Mirror, mirror on the wall, who's the most popular of them all?

Disney Just Took a Huge Step Forward With Its Latest Princess

Finally some more princesses who aren't just super vulnerable white girls.

Disney Couples Are Even More Beautiful When They're Same Sex

Nine beautiful portraits of same-sex couples, Disney style.

7 Moments That Made 'Frozen' the Most Progressive Disney Movie Ever

From empowered women to loving gay couples, 'Frozen' is full of 21st century ideals.

How Disney Princesses Went From Passive Damsels to Active Heroes

With the upcoming release of Disney's 'Frozen', is the damsel-in-distress finally a thing of the past?

Merida Makeover: Disney's 'Brave' New World Meets a Backlash

Disney announced Merida would be part of its official “Princess Collection.” The new title came with a sexy makeover for her character and heavy criticism for Disney.

'Brave' Merida: Disney Redesign Of Character Ruins Film's Message

Disney's redesign of Merida from the film "Brave" undermines the progressive messages of the film and supports problematic ideals of beauty and feminine fulfillment.

Doc McStuffins Helps Disney Overcome Its Racist Past

The new Disney Channel Jr. show, Doc McStuffins features an African-American girl as the lead, showing that anyone can be a doctor.