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Long May She Reign: How Regina King Conquered Hollywood

After more than 35 years in show business, the actor-director is finally positioned firmly on top — but no way in hell she’s resting On the Sunday morning before Christmas, Regina King shows up alone at the Villa Carlotta in L.A. That is, unless you count her dog, Cornbread, a 14-year-old Lab-Akita mix with yellow fur, one brown […]


Regina King on the Chances of More ‘Watchmen’: “It’s Hard to Think We Could Top Season One”

February 23, 2020   No Comment   Interviews, Magazines, News & Articles

The actress, up for entertainer of the year at Saturday’s NAACP Image Awards, says she’d be involved in a second season of the HBO series “if it was really smart” and opens up about her banner year. Regina King’s acting career started in 1985 with the sitcom 227, and, through the decades, she’s delivered memorable roles […]


Entertainment Weekly: Best & Worst of 2019 HQ Scans

January 29, 2020   No Comment   Magazines

Finally I was able to find a digital copy for Entertainment Weekly issue of this year featuring 6 different covers for their “Best & Worst” special. One of these cover is Regina King. Below find previews and links to HQ scans in gallery. Magazines & Scans > Magazines From 2020 > Entertainment Weekly – January


The King of Queens: How Regina King Became A Hollywood Legend

WITH A SERIES ON HBO, A NUMBER OF PROJECTS IN THE WORKS, AND A FIRST-LOOK DEAL WITH NETFLIX, THE OSCAR WINNER IS SOLIDIFYING HER STATUS AS THE HARDEST WORKING WOMAN IN HOLLYWOOD. Serving looks for hours at a time can be taxing, but Regina King is focused, her gaze steady on the lens. On the […]


Meet Our Winter Cover Star: Regina King

In 1921, an armed white mob invaded the Greenwood neighbourhood of Tulsa, Oklahoma, attacking black residences and businesses. Over the course of roughly two days, the once-bustling 35-block section of the city was burned to the ground. In its heyday, Greenwood was home to one of the largest concentrations of African–American-owned enterprises and wealth in […]