Chadwick Boseman and Ava Duvernay

Ava DuVernay has released a new database called Array Crew, a database designed for those in underrepresented communities to be connected to jobs in the entertainment industry. The Warner Bros backed project has received widespread approval across Hollywood.

Ava DuVernay

No surprises here, but the founder herself accepts the praises laid upon her with the Washington Post.

CBS This Morning

Gayle King and the rest of the cast of the popular morning show delivered an optimistic message on what this could mean for the future of entertainment.

Gabrielle Union

Actress Gabrielle Union sung the praises of Duvernay.

Mindy Kaling on Twitter

The genius off and on the camera of The Office and The Mindy Project, Mindy Kaling celebrated Duvernay for leading the charge toward inclusion.

Lin-Manuel Miranda

The creator and star of Broadway phenomenon Hamilton has done a great deal of BIPOC inclusion in theater in his own right.

Chris Evans

When Chris Evans, Captain America himself, tells you you did a great thing, you know you did a great thing.

Nick Offerman

Ron Swanson knows how to use emojis. Who knew?

Kerry Washington

The incredible actor and human being Kerry Washington, who recently picked up a SAG nomination for her explosive role in the Hulu original Little Fires Everywhere, congratulated her friend.

Dan Levy

Dan Levy, who's running the award show bracket and basically the world right now, celebrated the accomplishment.


WarnerBros, the main financial backer of this project, expressed their pride to be behind such a meaningful movement.

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Prince Harry and James Corden

James Corden became a personal tour guide for Prince Harry and spend with him the entire afternoon. Check out how it went for the two!


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