This photo released by TNT shows Taye Diggs in a scene from the pilot for "Murder in the First." (AP Photo/TNT, Trae Patton)
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Actor Taye Diggs says Hollywood studios hold African-American films to a frustratingly separate and unfair standard.Whether a studio decides to proceed with a black-oriented film can depend on the success of other movies with primarily African-American casts, even if the projects are unconnected, said Diggs, who starred in "The Best Man" romantic comedy and its sequel.In a recent interview, the actor said he and others who worked on the "Best Man" movies are eager to start on a third.
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