Denzel has taken this opportunity to comfort his former co-star, with hopes of taking the lead male role in her life now that she has made it clear she’s done with Robin.While Denzel is married to Pauletta Pearson Washington, he has been the subject of numerous cheating rumors.
And when he strays, he is forced back in line by another white woman.While several media outlets have reported that Robin is pulling out all the stops to get his wife back, she hasn’t seemed to have budged.Having enough of your cheating hubby is one thing, having enough of your cheating hubby at the same time Denzel is courting you is an entirely different thing that many women may not pass up.Just a mood-shifting silence, as if the theater had suddenly lost cabin pressure and there wasn’t enough air left to even let out a sigh. There was a long-standing belief that the reason Washington did so few interracial romantic scenes was not to offend black women, who are his core audience and greatest admirers. For his part, Washington has noted that Hollywood, historically, was reluctant to put interracial relationships on the big screen, that he has no problem with it but won’t do it just for the sake of getting a reaction out of viewers. “It took me by surprise,” Mildred Bailey, an information technology specialist for D. And then for dark-skinned African American women, it’s even more difficult.” And for the black audience, it can be even worse.Kelly Lynch, a white actress who starred with Washington in “Virtuosity” in 1995, reportedly gave a different reason during an interview with the A. Take “Flight.” Two black women are cast as little more than stereotypical, long-suffering backdrops — an ex-wife whose heart has been broken by a selfish, lying, drunk black man; and a religious-minded flight attendant whom the black man morally corrupts by persuading her to lie for him.