The festival is scheduled May 28 through May 30.
"Marvel's Moon Girl and Devil Dinosaur" is scheduled to premiere in 2022.
The award-winning actress and U.S. Sen. James Lankford are among those scheduled to speak Friday during a 3 p.m. live-streamed event from John Hope Franklin Reconciliation Park, 302 N. Elgin Ave.
Wes Studi, born in Tahlequah, and Alfre Woodard, a Tulsa native, are among the actors lauded.
For more than 50 years, Oklahomans have played a role in the Emmy Awards. With the help of the Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture (OKPOP), we …
The Tulsa Juneteenth Block Party livecast can be accessed beginning 6 p.m. Saturday, June 20.
Here are a few of the people who are designated for an OKPOP, or Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture, salute.
Five Tulsans are going to have a role in some of the most high-profile movies and TV projects of 2019 — and all are expected to debut before the end of the year, with people already talking about awards possibilities for some of our local stars.
Tulsa natives Alfre Woodard and Bill Hader were honored this past weekend for their work — one in film and one in television.
"Barry," which he co-created, was also nominated for best comedy, and Hader was nominated in two other categories for the show: best directing of a comedy series and best writing of a comedy series.
Tulsa actress Alfre Woodard has joined the all-star cast of Disney's upcoming new version of its classic movie "The Lion King."
The Oklahoma Museum of Popular Culture (OKPOP) is expected to open near Cain's Ballroom in 2020. More than 450 "creatives" who made contributions to the world of popular culture are listed on the OKPOP site. Check out some of the names.
Were you aware that the history of Oklahomans winning at the Academy Awards goes back 80 years?
The senior guard suffered a knee injury during Saturday's game at Iowa State.
The Sooners will face Kansas State and Kansas this week.
Who's doesn't enjoy looking at the screen of your choice, from smartphone to TV to silver-screen, and saying, "Hey, she's from Oklahoma!" We're proud of our Okies who make it in the entertainment world, and here are five such talents whose work you should watch for in 2017.
Woodard, fresh off an appearance in "Captain America: Civil War," is on the cover of AARP The Magazine with Jane Fonda and Sharon Stone.
The new Marvel movie’s title is “Captain America: Civil War,” but you can think of it as “Avengers 3.”
Alfre Woodard has what's described as a small but important role in the opening minutes of Marvel's newest blockbuster, playing a grieving mother who confronts Tony Stark.
Tidbits from OU's 75-67 victory in Fort Worth
Notes from OU's journey to West Texas