Kells is hitting the road in support of his new album.
It looks like Wiz Khalifa, Juicy J, and TM88 will be teaming up for 14 new songs. Check the tracklist below.
Crime thriller "Vincent N Roxxy" premieres next month at the Tribeca Film Festival.
A$AP Ferg shares the artwork to his long-awaited sophomore album "Always Strive & Prosper."
Unearth classic tracks from artists like Big L, A Tribe Called Quest, KRS-One and more.
Chief Keef was a no-show at last year's Auburn concert, costing him $82k in the long wrong.
Ashanti can rest a bit easier now since the man who stalked her will spend more time behind bars.
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Meagan Good’s back and forth with Christians who feel her wardrobe is too sexy shows no sign of resolution as Good once again finds herself addressing those who won’t let it go.
Netflix is not playing when it comes to acquiring blockbuster movies.
During a Bossip podcast interview, Tisha Campbell-Martin, who played Gina on the hit 90’s sitcom “Martin,” finally put to rest one of the greatest TV show mysteries of all time, she described the episodes that hinted at what Tommy Strawn did for a living. She then confirmed his exact job title: he was a youth counselor.
Snoop Dogg's new cleats for adidas are money. Snoop Dogg's new cleats for adidas are money.
Young Thug and his noble steed announce the upcoming "Hi-Tunes" tour. Check dates here.
Nate Parker is our hero! The actor/director is having the best year ever and it’s only March. After having his upcoming project, The Birth Of A Nation sold at Sundance Film Festival for an unprecedented $17 million, Nate is putting a portion of his good fortune towards an amazing cause.
While the rest of us normal people have to wait a few more days before we can finally see Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice, the film has had its world premiere Sunday night, which means that the stars are ready to start talking about what comes next. While the new movie introduces a number of different DC comics characters ahead of next year’s Justice League: Part One, there’s one in particular that Henry Cavill is excited to work with.
Following the successful reboot of Lara Croft in the video game world, there has been a fresh effort to do the same thing in the movie world. A couple weeks ago it came out that one of the young actresses being considered for the new Tomb Raider movie was the star of Star Wars: The Force Awakens, Daisy Ridley. While Ridley is now saying that there have been conversations about her taking on the iconic role, it looks like the odds of her actually taking on the part may not be quite that great. As generally you need a script before you can make a movie.
After decades of comic book, TV show, and video game appearances, Wonder Woman is finally getting her due on the big screen this week in Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice. While not one of the eponymous heroes, the Amazon is playing an important role in the movie, both in her superhero guise and as Diana Prince. In the former’s case, we’ll see her enter the fray with the Man of Steel and Caped Crusader against Doomsday, but moviegoers won’t see all her powers on display.
Especially when compared to its fellow dystopian teen sci-fi drama, The Hunger Games, The Divergent Series doesn’t quite measure up. The first two movies were successful, but not that successful, and while the Jennifer Lawrence-fronted franchise generally received positive reviews, critics were not so kind to 2014’s Divergent and the follow-up, Insurgent. The third film, The Divergent Series: Allegiant, the first in a two-part finale, just opened last weekend to the lowest box office numbers and critical ratings in the franchise. In the wake of this, the fourth and final film, The Divergent Series: Ascendant, due in theaters next summer, just got some bad news: its budget has been reduced, though by how much remains a mystery.
Before Warner Bros. announced the official DC movie slate in October 2014, many fans hoped that the DC Extended Universe would follow in Marvel’s footsteps by having their movie and TV shows exist in the same continuity. Those hopes were dashed when Ezra Miller was cast as the cinematic Flash, eliminating any possibility of Grant Gustin’s Scarlet Speedster from The CW being part of the Justice League. Now Batman v Superman: Dawn of Justice director and DCEU overseer Zack Snyder has revealed that it was the tonal difference between the Flash series and movies that led to a different Flash being cast.
Last year we got the first of a series of films for Netflix that will star Adam Sandler, The Ridiculous Six, and now we have our first look at the second. Entitled The Do-Over, the teaser, at first, makes it look like much the sort of film that we have seen from the comedian in recent years, but watch this until the end and you’ll receive one major indication that this movie won’t be a film like Grown-Ups but will, in fact, be a film for grown ups and may be a return to more R-rated territory. If you're watching this at work, maybe keep the volume low.
Margot Robbie has been on fire ever since her breakout role in Martin Scorsese's The Wolf Of Wall Street, with The Legend of Tarzan and Suicide Squad both looking to help build her box office cred later this summer. But now Robbie is attached to a project that sounds absolutely perfect fodder for her dramatic chops: she's going to play infamous Olympic figure skater Tonya Harding in the biopic I, Tonya.
If it wasn't for the adrenaline filled thrill ride known as Mission: Impossible – Ghost Protocol, the television turned film franchise might have run out of gas long before Christopher McQuarrie got to put his personal touch on the equally impressive Mission: Impossible – Rogue Nation. Both of those films owe their success in part to the comedic and action adventure timing of Jeremy Renner, and it looks like McQuarrie is teasing the possible return of our man Brandt.
Any Prince fan will tell you, there’s just some stuff they don’t know about the multifaceted Grammy and Oscar award-winning artist. He’s mysterious. An elusive chanteuse. The type of guy that randomly shows up to a Thunder-Warriors game to see Stephen Curry, because he’s a fan.
In more “reading Zoe Saldana’s Nina film for filth” news, director of the 2015’s The Amazing Nina Simone had some words for Bob Johnson, BET founder and producer of the film.
Smokey Robinson is getting an award — this time for his charitable efforts.
This December we will see the first ever Star Wars movie that isn’t about a character named Skywalker. Star Wars: Rogue One is the first in what is expected to be a very long line of spin-off films that deal with parts of that galaxy far, far, away that we’ve never seen before. Because the film is so unique, interest in it is very high. Now it looks like we may not have to wait until December to get a peek into Rogue One as Lucasfilm’s cousins over at Marvel Comics will publish a prequel series in October that will lead into the movie.
Iyanni Pradia to Lead Nationwide Initiative to Mobilize Youth and Drive Awareness of Bullying Prevention and Response Strategies
Crime Stoppers of Houston will be hosting a Prep for Prom event that is free and open to the public. Crime Stoppers will be discussing fashion trends, social media and how to have fun at prom safely.
Property Tax Workshop at NCI
SER-Ninos Charter Middle School has been selected by the Educational Results Partnership (ERP) and the Institute for Productivity in Education (IPE) to receive the title of 2015 Texas Honor Roll!
The City of Houston and Waste Management have reached a tentative agreement on a new two year contract that will allow the city to continue recycling services without disruption. The only minor change that Houstonians will notice is glass will no longer be accepted for placement in the green curbside single-stream recycling bins.
Did you know that the largest of only three City-operated tennis centers in the City of Houston is located in District J? And it's undergoing a facelift!
Iggy Azalea reveals that the media's negative portrayal of her led to a "psychotic breakdown."
Meek Mill & Rick Ross were together in Philly and showed off their matching ankle monitors.
Problem's "Hotels 2" arrives early next month.
Hopefully Pharrell and Justin Timberlake weren't just talking about their March Madness brackets.
Gene Simmons is just like all the other old rock stars, hating on the new era of music.
The morning after going to jail for a suspended license, Offset of Migos has been released.
The USA Men's & Women's Basketball teams will be looking fresh in Brazil.
The Game got a little out of pocket with his words, and Kehlani takes him to task.
Thomas Jefferson suggests that a collaboration between Drake and Kendrick Lamar may be on the way.
Young Thug's does another unique marketing approach to announce the release date for "Slime Season 3."
Someone is gunning for the Sadboys. Swedish rapper Yung Lean is currently on a US tour in support of his album Warlord, and played a show in Pittsburgh last night. After the show, it appears someone fired shots at Lean’s crew and their tour bus. Pittsburgh SWAT team had to be called to calm things down.
Afeni Shakur does not want her soon to be ex-husband to get any alimony from the Tupac Estate.
Tory Lanez and Jacquees met up at South By Southwest.
According to rumors, Migos rapper Quavo & Rick Ross' ex, Lira Galore, are reportedly dating.
Mannie Fresh explains how he was able to get Lil Wayne and Birdman to both guest on "Hate."
If Vince Staples ever quits rap, he could easily have a career as a food critic.
Violence breaks out in Austin toward the end of the 9-day festival.
After over a month spent in lower positions, Rihanna's "ANTI" is back at number one.