Although it would be hard for him to admit, 50 Cent is having a hard time committing to a musical project because he has too many other lucrative opportunities in his bag.
Actress and singer Keke Palmer has been working behind the scenes prepping for a new role on Fox‘s upcoming slasher comedy show, Scream Queens. The beautiful starlet will be featured in Maxim‘s upcoming October 2015 issue, and we think it’ll be worth the wait.
Fox’s hit series Empire is back in the headlines, but not for reasons one might assume. A Detroit woman has filed a $300 million lawsuit against the show’s creators, claiming they’ve modeled favorite character Cookie Lyon after her.
For the few of you who didn’t watch the explosive two-hour season finale of Fox’s smash hit show Empire last night, what else were you doing? Apparently, those views weren’t needed as Empire once more defied convention and achieved a new record in overall viewership.
A Fox News pundit and so-called terrorism expert angered Britain and its Prime Minister by saying that Birmingham is a “totally Muslim” city off limits to non-believers. The goof has sparked a worldwide trend titled “#FoxNewFacts,” and the jokes are relentless as expected.
50 Cent is claiming that Fox’s Hip-Hop inspired drama Empire is mimicking the advertising that Starz’s Power has already marketed.
Geraldo Rivera has been a Republican figurehead for some time, and hasn’t been shy about stating his narrow minded views about Black culture. The former talk show host once again echoed similar views, this time throwing all people of color under the bus.
DC Comics has put in work on the small screen with hit shows such as CW’s Smallville and current smash, Arrow. But the game is surely going to change after the announcement of Fox’s Gotham series, which will feature the early days of Commissioner Gord0n and some of Batman‘s top villains as well.
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