Regina Hall

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Actress Regina Hall was told not to take the role of Brenda in the “Scary Movie”   franchise, because it read like Hollywood’s stereotypical Black female character.

Actress Regina Hall on ‘Black Monday,’ and a more inclusive Hollywood

Actress Regina Hall was told not to take the role of Brenda in the “Scary Movie” franchise, because it read like Hollywood’s stereotypical Black female character.

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With the release of "Support The Girls", actress Regina Hall reflects on the growth of her 20 year career.

Regina Hall: "Support The Girls"

With the release of "Support The Girls", actress Regina Hall reflects on the growth of her 20 year career.

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