Universal is Potentially Eyeing A Def Jam Records Biopic Featuring Michael B. Jordan And Jonah Hill

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Ice Cube is Set To Star As Scrooge in Humbug

What are the holidays without Christmas movies..

Universal Pictures snagged Charles Dickens’ classic story A Christmas Carol and made Ice Cube the star, Scrooge.

Scrooge is a grumpy man who is humbled when he receives visitation from the ghost of Christmas past, present, and future. Cube’s mean mug alone makes him the perfect fit for this classic.

The film will be produced by Cube himself and directed by Tim Story, who also collaborated with Cube in Barbershop and both Ride Along 1 and 2.

The Christmas movie is set to release sometime in 2017.

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Kobe makes Cameo in new FIFA commercial

EA Sports is back with its’ new installment of the extremely popular soccer game FIFA 16. The new soccer game features some of the biggest names in the game from Ronaldo to Alex Morgan. Even Kobe Bryant, who is a known for his love of soccer, has a moment where he takes a basketball and kicks it into the hoop.

Make sure to cop the new game on September 22.

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Listen Here: The Maino And Stephanie Santiago Episode of Tax Season

Maino and the Loud Speaker Network’s own Stephanie Santiago join Tax in the studio to discuss sex, holding your man down while he does a bid, why Maino is the King of Brooklyn and whether he’s still a goon.

There are a host of topics they go into, and so you really need to be listening heavy on this episode!

[Mixtape] Tasman Holloway – Ocean Vibes EP hosted by Adrian Swish

Seattle rapper Tasman Holloway has released his new project entitled ‘Ocean Vibes’ hosted by Adrian Swish. Tasman Holloway’s new 14 track project features new music with J-Key, Eazy EQ and more. Checkout Tasman Holloway’s new project ‘Ocean Vibes’ hosted by Adrian Swish below.


Travi$ Scott Ducks Several Rihanna Questions on ESPN

Every day, there’s a new development in the Are Travi$ Scott and Rihanna Dating? story, and Bomani Jones and Dan LeBatard of ESPN’s Highly Questionable made sure that trend continued.

Travi$ Scott, who has been consistently promoting Rodeo, his debut album, for the better part of the past two weeks, sat down with Bomani and Dan, the notorious hosts of ESPN’s quick-strike talk show, Highly Questionable. During this episode, the trio chatted about quite a few things…just kidding. They talked about Rihanna. and Kanye West. But mainly Rihanna.

In just over 6 minutes, Travi$ ducked about 3 barebones questions about his rumored girlfriend, Rihanna, and eventually gave into providing some concrete information, telling the brief story about how he and the “BBHMM” singer met.

Watch the clip above.

Amber Rose’s Walk of…No Shame?

Amber Rose is attacking the word “slut” with everything she has.

Rose teamed up with the comedy website Funny or Die in a video called “Walk of No Shame.” The video shows Amber walking out of a house in a “last night outfit” as she starts down her “walk of shame,” also known as the awkward trip from the home of the previous night’s sex partner to one’s own residence just as the sun pierces through the dawn.

If you’ve ever gone away to college, or have your own place, this could also be considered a normal Sunday morning. In the video, Amber takes the stroll, but attempts to show that having a one-night-stand isn’t something to be ashamed of, and doesn’t make a woman a slut. Check the video out, and figure out which side you stand on.

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The ‘League’ Star Steve Rannazzisi Lied About World Trade Center Escape

The star of the hit TV show, The League, has officially pulled a Brian Williams. According to TMZ, the 37-year-old actor was forced to admit he made the whole story up after the New York Times put the heat on him. Rannazzisi now says, “I don’t know why I said this. This was inexcusable. I am truly, truly sorry.”

Rannazzisi publicist, Matt Labov, released a statement on the actors behalf to The Huffington Post today

“As a young man, I made a mistake that I deeply regret and for which apologies may still not be enough. After I moved with my wife to Los Angeles from New York City in 2001 shortly after 9/11, I told people that I was in one of the World Trade Center towers on 9/11. It wasn’t true. I was in Manhattan but working in a building in Midtown and I was not at the Trade Center on that day. I don’t know why I said this. This was inexcusable. I am truly, truly sorry. For many years, more than anything, I have wished that, with silence, I could somehow erase a story told by an immature young man. It only made me more ashamed. How could I tell my children to be honest when I hadn’t come clean about this? It is to the victims of 9/11 and to the people that love them —  and the people that love me — that I ask for forgiveness.”

Rannazisi’s original story was that he was working at Merrill Lynch on the 54th floor of the South tower when the first plane hit the north tower. Rannazisi went on to say that he escaped before the second plane was able to hit the South tower.

The 37-year-old was not only working in Midtown — far from the towers — at the time of the attack, but he was also working for another company. Merrill Lynch, which did not have offices in the trade center, has no record of his employment.

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Girl Power: Meagan Good Talks FOX’s ‘Minority Report’ Leading Role

Cookie Lyon, Mary Jane Paul and Olivia Pope has a new brown girl joining their leading lady ranks. Meet Lara Vega, head detective in Steven Speilberg’s Minority Report, played by veteran actress Meagan Good. The California native, alongside Wilmer Valderrama and Stark Sands, tackles murders and crimes in the futuristic TV adaptation of the 2002 Tom Cruise blockbuster, set ten years after PreCrime in D.C. A series full of revolutionary technology, complete with high-tech contact lenses, hand controlled computers and augmented reality, the detectives collaborate with a precog freed at the end of the film, Dash (Sands) who can see crimes before their occurrence.

The Think Like A Man actress joins the pack of FOX’s new fall line up, alongside Morris Chestnut’s comedic medical drama Rosewood, plus the highly anticipated second season of Empire. With an impressive Hollywood resume, including Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, to Stomp the Yard, the 34 year old proves this isn’t as “good” as it gets.

The Source caught up with the gorgeous starlet as she talked about her new leading role and how she handles naysayers. – Angela Wilson (@SheisAngela)

The Source: Congratulations on your new FOX show, Minority Report, how did you get involved with the show?

Meagan Good: I had very specific things in my mind that I wanted to do and I know I wanted to action and a strong character. When pilot season came around I got other offers but I decided to wait because I just knew God was going to bring the right thing so I decided to wait for it. I decided to join the cast of Mr. Robinson– doing some comedy part time, having a blast. Then I got a few calls for some great projects and the one that stuck out was Minority Report and I thought I needed to be apart of this!

Come to find out the office of the producers of the show was located on the same loft I was already filming on, so I literally just took a golf cart over there. I met with producers and we instantly hit it off and they made the offer. Mr. Spielberg signed off on me and I started crying!


Can you relate to your character, Lara, in anyway?

Yes- she’s always told no, but she trusts her gut and trusts her purpose and she’s absolutely determined to do what she believes is the right thing. She doesn’t let anyone or anything stand in her way and that’s a lot like who I am. So that about her I just totally fell in love with.

She’s also very purposed. She wants the world to be a better place and she knows maybe she can’t change it all overnight or in the blink of an eye, but she can start by one situation. And that’s what motivates her as a cop; trying to save lives and solve murders. So I can totally relate to her.


See Also: Watch The Trailer For ‘Minority Report’ Starring Meagan Good

You’ve been in the game for nearly twenty years, and people are not shy about their opinions of you. How do you deal with haters?

It’s weird because when the Internet became really popular- I was around 21, and at first, I didn’t deal with it well. It literally hurt me feelings; I would cry about it and be upset for awhile. But I realized in those ten years I’ve learned how to deal with it and learn a lot of the things being said has nothing to do with me, I’m just on the receiving end of it because I’m out in a way that anyone can reach you and have an opinion about you.

What I wasn’t prepared for but ultimately realized that I was was when I got married. With my husband being in ministry and me being Christian, people may not feel like what I wear or what roles I take make sense. I’ve been saved since I was 12 and that’s why my husband and I got together because we did see eye to eye. So all the judgment and opinions before was so I could deal with this now because this was even heavier initially, but I’m much more equipped and prepared because of my past experiences.

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Being someone not shy about how you dated and courted, what advice would you give to the woman who wants to give up on love?

Don’t! It’s not about being patient, it’s about not focusing on finding love. Not focusing on finding a husband or a mate but focusing on you- what’s going to make you better, what’s going to help you achieve your goals in life and purpose about why you believe you were created. Focus on making you better in every single way- make ‘you,’ your project, between you and God. And your husband, the right love, will come at the right time and because you’ve been developing yourself you’ll be able to identify what’s not right for you without going down roads that end in a certain way that it wouldn’t have to if you were more in tune with yourself and God. So don’t give up just don’t focus on it. God’s timing is always perfect.

Minority Report premieres on Monday, September 21 at 9:00pm EST on FOX.

Will you be tuning in?

Photo credit: Getty Images, FOX