via NewsOne.Com Actress, Octavia Spencer accepted her Academy Award for Best Supporting Actress in “The Help” on Sunday. “Oh, thank you,” a tearful Spencer said as many in the audience rose to their feet. Read More

via:eurweb The Help” got the upper hand in the Oscar race on Sunday when the movie won three awards from the Screen Actors Guild, including best cast in a surprise over silent movie romance “The Artist.” “The Help,” which came into the show with a leading four nominations, also earned the best actress award for […]

“The Help” could be this year’s Oscar sleeper. Viola Davis  is probably going to win her first Best Actres Oscar  this year. Like the Academy, SAG really likes Streep — indeed, she has scored more nominations from both groups than any other woman in history (eight from SAG, 17 from the Academy) and won two awards […]

  via:eurweb Critically-acclaimed drama “The Help” picked up eight nominations today for the 2012 NAACP Image Awards. The film starring Viola Davis and Golden Globe winner Octavia Spencer will compete for Outstanding Motion Picture against seven-time nominee “Pariah,” Eddie Murphy’s comedy “Tower Heist,” “Jumping The Broom” and “The First Grader.” Read More

The 69th annual Golden Globes took place this past Sunday, and Octavia Spencer nabbed an award. SEE ALSO: GO SISTAS! Black Actresses Win Big At Critics’ Choice Awards Female Black Historians Criticize Movie “The Help” Spencer won for Best Supporting Actress in a film for her role as a maid in the Civil Rights Era […]

“The Help” was the sleeper  hit if the summer of 2011. If you missed this movie  here is your chance to see it.   I am sure that it will definitely receive  for a Best Picture nod at the Oscars. A late-summer box-office hit ($168 million) and a sure-fire crowd-pleaser, it also features a standout performance […]

Davis and her husband, actor Julius Tennon, announced in August that they were planning to adopt. This is the first child for the couple.

Family I've seen The Help twice and recommend that if you haven't seen it please make plans to. "Remember injustice anywhere is a threat to justice everywhere" From: Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.

In its second week, the movie is making news because typically films drop in revenue 50 percent. But this week it was only down 21 from opening weekend.

Not only did the movie make $5 million on it's opening day, it also earned a rare A+ CinemaScore!