Snoop Dogg uses his football expertise throughout his every step of life (he recently gave Philadelphia Eagles’ head coach Chip Kelly an explicit earful that may align with diehard fans) and he’s using that carnal sports knowledge to launch a new talk show alongside the powerhouses of adidas and branding ideas of Cashmere Agency.
The long-awaited, much-delayed Tupac biopic is finally happening.
WGN America’s upcoming slave drama series, Underground, is aiming to be 2016’s most promising new series, if not one of the most dynamic television debuts of all time. If the two inaugural trailers for the show are any indication, then mission has been already accomplished.
A+E’s upcoming Roots remake is already loaded with A-list talent and the network recently opened their roster to one of Hip-Hop’s best actor with a one Clifford Joseph “T.I.” Harris, Jr.
After several decades of shaking up Hip-Hop and R&B with their respective talents, Nas and Erykah Badu are finally crossing paths and collaborating on the musical end. Instead of a standard hook and verse mashup however, the two superstars are joining forces via Badu’s upcoming film, The Land, which Nas will serve as the executive […]
It’s hard to believe that always charismatic E-40 only has a handful of movie appearances throughout his storied rap career that has spawned several decades.
Earlier in the year, FX revealed their intent to dominate a must-see TV block when they announced the creation of their original miniseries revolving around the infamous “Trial of the Century.”
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.
Jimmy Kimmel Live got first dibs on the long-awaited Captain America: Civil War trailer and it appears The Avengers have disassembled.
Although it’s not slated to air until 2016, WGN has let loose the Underground trailer teaser for a series that is undoubtedly going to be one of television’s most provocative series ever created. The :30 second video doesn’t show much in detail but drops a few hints on the sentiments that will be display in […]
E. L. James’s film adaptation of Fifty Shades of Grey may have made a half of billion dollars in theaters (and even more with the DVD sales) but you won’t find too many people willing to admit it was actually decent cinema.
Despite the box office success and casting jobs of Notorious and Straight Outta Compton, the world may still be a little while’s off from witnessing an official Tupac biopic.
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