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Matthysse edges Provodnikov by majority decision in thriller

VERONA, NEW YORK (April 18) -Turning Stone Resort Casino in Verona, New York was treated to a historic sold out match-up between two of the most exciting gladiators in boxing as Lucas "La Maqina"" Matthysse (37-3, 34 KO's) took a majority decision victory over "The Siberian Rocky" Ruslan Provodnikov (24-4, 17 KO's) in a 12-round junior welterweight bout on the split-site doubleheader on HBO Boxing After Dark ®.

Presented by Banner Promotions and Golden Boy Promotions, & Arano Box Promotions the action packed night showcased two athletes fighting in the prime of their careers, with a title shot in the 140-pound division likely hanging in the horizon.

Provodnikov was cut badly in round two from an accidental headbutt. Matthysse targeted the eye but Provodnikov walked through every shot. Provodnikov came back later in the round with some solid combinations and landed some furious shots to Matthysse's head. Matthysse had a nice bounce back round five as he landed some hard jabs to the face of an oncoming Provodnikov.

The war continued through the middle rounds as both fighters went toe to toe while Matthysse landed combinations from distance and Provodnikov went on the offensive and continued to brawl. Provodikov had a strong round eleven as he landed a hard left to the top of the head that buckled Matthysse and the Argentinian was forced to hold on. The two waged a final flurry in round twelve and it was Matthysse the former WBC champion won via majority decision with scores of 115-113 twice and 114-114.

"I think I dominated the fight, I knew I had the best hits," said Lucas Matthysse. "Ruslan is a tough fighter, he took everything I threw at him. I have a lot of respect for him. There was a point when I thought that they would stop the fight because of Ruslan's cut, but his team was able to control it. I hurt my hand in the sixth round, but I kept going because I wanted to prove that I am the best in the division and that I am ready for the toughest fighters. I want to move forward and fight the winner of Mayweather-Pacquiao."

"He is the hardest puncher I have ever fought but I fight as hard as I can to the very end," said Provodnikov. "I never want the fight stopped. The only time would be when I am on my back."

Lucas Matthysse celebrates his victory over Ruslan Provodnikov

Going on before the live split-site HBO Boxing After Dark doubleheader, Patrick Teixeira(25-0, 21 KOs) of Santa Catarina, Brazil faced off against Accra, Georgia's Patrick Allotey (30-2, 24 KOs) in a scheduled 10-round middleweight bout. Both fighters came at each other aggressively in the first round in an exciting exchange of hard punches. Teixeria put an end to the fight in the second round as he delivered a devastating blow to Allotey's body knocking him down to win the fight via knockout.

"I am very happy and feel emotional about my first fight with Golden Boy Promotions," said Patrick Teixeira. "I wanted to make sure I impressed them in my first fight, so I trained very hard to make sure I went the full 10 round. But I am very excited I got the knockout."

Vitaly Kopylenko (25-1, 14 KO's) won an eight round unanimous decision over Lekan Byfield (6-8-2, 1 KO) in a middleweight bout. Kopylenko knocked down Byfield twice on punches that staggered the Atlanta native into the ropes. Kopylenko cruise down the stretch of the fight to win via unanimous decision with a score of 79-72.

"I hurt my shoulder in the first round but I was able to gut it out and land some good shots," said Kopylenko.

Washington, D.C standout, Lamont Roach Jr. (7-0, 3KOs) faced Carolina, Puerto Rico's Jose Miguel Castro (4-3, 2 KOs) in a scheduled six-round lightweight bout. Roach dominated the fight early on, winning the bout by unanimous decision.

"It was my first six-rounder," said Lamont Roach Jr. "I think that I could have knocked him down or made him quit if I would have hit him harder in the beginning but I trained for six round and wanted to mak

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King Louie Interview with


Check out King Louie's recent interview on with Jack Thriller down below!


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EX Machina (Trailer)

EX Machina (Trailer)
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In theaters April 15, 2015.

"Do you think I'll be switched off?"

"It isn't up to me."

"Why should it be up to anyone?"

Daaaamn folks. Now that's good script dialog.

"EX Machina" is an intense psychological thriller starring Domhnall Gleeson. As Caleb, a 24 year old programmer at the world's largest Internet company, he wins a competition to spend a week with the company's reclusive CEO, Nathan (played by Oscar Isaac). Caleb arrives to find the boss playing God at his retreat. His Eve, the world's first true artificial intelligence, is a robot woman named Ava (played Alicia Vikander). Welcome to Eden, Adam Caleb.

It's about to get... Do you think Nathan or Caleb ever... with Ava...? Wowwww. And what if she... Watch the trailer! This should be really good.


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The Grey Matter (Short Film)

The Grey Matter (Short Film)
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What the crap, maaan??? Alright, alright. "The Grey Matter" is a short film; but it's packed! Li'l M. Night Shyamalan feel to this one.

An office stiff wakes up in an alley mysteriously covered in blood. In the aftermath, he attracts the attention of his beautiful coworker, granting him a new lease on life ...but something strange is afoot.


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Terminator: Genisys (Trailer)

Terminator: Genisys (Trailer)
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The Terminator sequels continue with Arnold Schwarzenegger, but with a new cast of individuals to take up the roles of Sarah Connor (Emilia Clarke)   Reese (Jai Courtney).  Directed by Alan Taylor, the film also stars Jason Clarke, Matt Smith, Byung-Hun Lee, & JK Simmons. In this particular Terminator film the timeline of events in the original story has been altered due to a decision by Sarah that alters the course of time as the war continues. Not sure how this particular Terminator film will pan out, but we'll see once it hits theaters this summer on July 1, 2015.

I am answering questions about @Terminator now on my Facebook page. Join me #AskTerminator:

- Arnold (@Schwarzenegger) December 4, 2014



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Chainsaw-Wielding Prankster Scares People In Parking Garage (Video)
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Talk about a horror movie in real life (and we will, right now)!

Breathe. It's a prank. Breathe. Nobody. Died.

(Breathe. But don't try this prank in a stand-your-ground state with no camera crew... your SAG card will double as a toe tag... baaahahaaa!)

Internet pranksters Vitaly Zdorovetskiy and Nick Santonastasso send hapless passersby breaking the f#ck out (like you holler at folks in horror movies to do) when they come across a scene of murderous gore. The worst nightmarish 1-8-7s in progress

Its that time of the year I decided to team up with Nick Santonastasso to help me pull this brutal prank...This is definitely one of my favorites.

- Vitaly Zdorovetskiy

Kinda mad that nobody thought about a rescue via vehicular manslaughter (um...meaning... hit that muthaf##ker with the car) though. Ha. And no smartphones? (Not to call for help; to cam and Instagram... c'mon, not one? Hahaa.)

Oh well, Happy Halloween everyone!


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Nightcrawler (Trailer)

Nightcrawler (Trailer)
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Awww maaannn! As soon as I saw the title on this I figured Marvel had slipped a comic-turned-movie in under the Fall radar. You know, like Nightcrawler from the X-Men series. But nope. It's an action/drama/thriller about a guy who finally finds his way to make a living; as a freelance video-journalist. BUT... the stuff he captures way before even cops and ambulances get on-scene... it goes too far. And as you'd expect in real life, sh!t gets too real for our hapless [sort of] hero.

Jake Gyllenhaal stars as Lou Bloom, a driven young man desperate for work who discovers the high-speed world of L.A. crime journalism. Finding a group of freelance camera crews who film crashes, fires, murder and other mayhem, Lou muscles into the cut-throat, dangerous realm of nightcrawling - where each police siren wail equals a possible windfall and victims are converted into dollars and cents. Aided by Rene Russo as Nina, a veteran of the blood-sport that is local TV news, Lou thrives. In the breakneck, ceaseless search for footage, he becomes the star of his own story.

Watch how real it gets. And not in any funny way either. I mean, hey, it hits screens this Halloween (October 31, 2014).

- @ojones1


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No Good Deed (Trailer)

No Good Deed (Trailer)
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I mean... he's no Jeremy Meeks... but it's sistas' favorite Brit Brother Idris Elba ...being a true bad guy. A monster. But that's alright, ladies. Drag your dude to see this one. Tell him Taraji P. Henson's sexy azz is co-starring...And it's a thriller, so you know you gotta squeeze in real tight and put all that body on your strong man for protection when things get scary.

Ought to be good. Remember folks. It's just a movie. Trailer is promising a really good movie though! In theaters September 2014.

- @ojones1


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2 Chainz Clears Up Illuminati Rumors


Famed Atlanta rapper 2 Chainz opens up about an interview with, where the "Riot" rapper claims the video was edited to make him look like he said he joined the Illuminati. 2 Chainz then explains the repercussions of the interview, and reveals his true feelings on the Illuminati. He also reveals why he and Kanye didn't work together on their most recent albums, and shares why he likes working with a variety of artists.

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Jack Thriller Disses 2 Chainz Over Illuminati Video


Famed hip hop personality and reporter Young Jack Thriller opens up about his interview with 2 Chainz, where the "Birthday Song" rapper allegedly said he was in the Illuminati. Jack says that everyone knew 2 Chainz was joking when he made the claim, but he still had the site take the interview down, which was detailed in our interview with the Atlanta rapper.

At the end of the interview, Jack challenges 2 Chainz to a fight, and reveals that he's putting out a mixtape about the interview, and urges fans to send him their best 2 Chainz diss track.

Check out the interview with 2 Chainz here -

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Hope's Portal Screening in Manhattan

Hope's Portal Screening in Manhattan

The short film thriller Hope's Portal will be screened at the Manhattan Film Festival on Wednesday, June 26th at 1pm at the Quad Cinema. Located at 34 West 13th Street, NYC. Come out and view a series of great short films.

Tickets are available at the box office.

DATE: June 26th, 2013

TIME: 1:00 pm

PLACE: Quad Cinema, 34 West 13th Street, NY

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Brooklyn emcee Maino is taking his talents and hitting the stage but it's not one he is known for. The "That Could Be Us" rapper is set to star in the upcoming hip-hop musical Freedom. The play is...


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FUSE Honors Michael Jackson
FUSE Honors Michael Jackson

Access Thriller by MICHAEL JACKSON

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LOS ANGELES (AFP) – Michael Jackson fans will this week finally get their hands on the pop icon's first record since he died, with huge sales expected despite lukewarm reviews and questions over its authenticity.

"Michael," due out Tuesday in the United States, comprises 10 songs the King of Pop was at various stages of completing when he died last year, and includes contributions from rapper 50 Cents, Lenny Kravitz and US singer Akon.

Two tracks have already been released online, the first of which -- "Breaking News," a fierce protest at how the media hounded the scandal-tainted singer -- sparked a fierce debate over whether it was really Jackson's voice.

Record company Sony -- which plans to release a series of new Jackson albums -- was forced to defend the album after fans and even some of Jackson's family members questioned the record's authenticity.

"We have complete confidence in the results of our extensive research as well as the accounts of those who were in the studio with Michael that the vocals on the new album are his own," it said in a statement.

Jackson's sister LaToya said bluntly that the record "doesn't sound like him." But more generally, purist Jackson fans question how some of the songs were completed, from material recorded sometimes several years ago.

At least one song, "Much Too Soon," was written at the time of Jackson's landmark 1982 album "Thriller," several stem from the time of his last album of new material, 2001's "Invincible."

The most recent track, "Band of Joy," stems from the months before Jackson's shock death in June, 2009 -- he planned to keep working on it in London in between a series of sell-out concerts in July and August, producers say.

Jackson is credited as writer of all but two of the songs -- "Another Day" by Lenny Kravitz and "Hold My Hand" by Akon, and producers are keen to stress how closely they kept to the singer's original intentions.

"While Michael was not there to complete the tracks as only he could, he had left behind a unique roadmap mapping out his creative vision in the form of notes and detailed conversations," they say in a 10-page media introduction, which spends two pages seeking to justify the album's authenticity.

Pre-release reviews of the new album -- reportedly the first of a 10-album deal over seven years, although that is difficult to confirm -- have been decidedly mixed.

"This is not a Michael Jackson album ... He would not have released anything like this compilation, a grab bag of outtakes and outlines assembled by Jackson's label," said Rolling Stone, although calling the album "compelling."

Entertainment Weekly gave it a "B" grade, saying: "As musical epitaphs go, Michael is a solid album, arguably stronger than Invincible and certainly no great affront to his name.

"But it can be hard to listen and not wonder what he would have done differently -- or if he would have wanted us to hear it at all."

In Britain, music weekly NME's reviewer said the album was saved by the last two tracks: "Behind the Mask" which he describes as "brilliant" and the Thriller-era ballad "Much Too Soon."

"Oh, it isn?t really very good, don?t be under illusions of that. But compared with the unnecessary, inauthentic and insulting mess it could have been ... ?Michael? can actually be considered something of

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VENICE (Reuters) – Ben Affleck directs and stars in "The Town," a tense cops-and-robbers thriller set in Boston which is premiering out of competition at the Venice film festival.

Affleck, who made his directorial debut in 2007 with "Gone Baby Gone," also a Boston crime drama, plays the leader of a crew of ruthless bank robbers who dangerously falls for a woman the gang briefly takes hostage.

Overall his character, Doug, is painted in a sympathetic light as the FBI is closing in on him and he is torn between a desire to change life and the loyalty to his partners in crime who want to go for one last heist.

"The idea of whether or not I was glorifying a criminal character or minimizing the impact of violence was on my mind throughout and was really important," Affleck told reporters after a press screening.

"The need to reconcile those moral considerations with the demands of truthful storytelling was the central issue for me. I tried to be both as accurate and as complicated as I could because while I didn't want to glorify anything, I didn't want to oversimplify anything."

The film is based on Chuck Hogan's novel "Prince of Thieves" and set in Boston's Charlestown neighborhood, which has had more bank and armored car robberies than anywhere in the United States.

Raised near Boston, Affleck said he felt comfortable he had tried to make the film as realistic as possible, visiting prisons and talking to former bank robbers and FBI agents.

"I was a little bit hesitant actually to do this because I did not want to be pigeonholed as the Boston director guy but I liked the part, I wanted to play the part, I believed the story was good," he told reporters after a press screening.

"I don't think you can like a movie like this or believe in a movie like this if you don't have a really strong sense of place, if you don't really believe that the characters are from there and that what you are seeing is really happening."


He said both his two films as a director and "Good Will Hunting," for which he won an Oscar for best original screenplay with Matt Damon, focused on similar themes -- the influence growing up in a certain place has on people, and the fact that children often pay the price for their parents' sins.

"I guess maybe it's time that I try something new," he said, adding that he hoped to carry on as a director.

"I was a little bit nervous the first time out, I wasn't even sure I'd be able to finish the movie having never been through the process. The second time I knew it was possible to kind of get to the finish line at the very least, so that gave me more confidence."

The film's cast includes Jeremy Renner, who also starred in this year's Oscar-winner "The Hurt Locker," Jon Hamm, a Golden Globe winner for his performance in the "Mad Men" TV series, and Rebecca Hall.

Affleck came to the Venice festival just days after his younger brother Casey took the Lido by storm with "I'm Still Here," his documentary -- some say hoax -- on Joaquin Phoenix and his transition from acclaimed actor to shambolic hip-hop singer wannabe.

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