After many months of expressing his personal interest in the character and project, and a few reports indicating it might not happen, in August we learned that Channing Tatum was indeed going to get his wish of playing his favorite superhero, Gambit. The X-Men spinoff was initially meant to be the second of two solo character movies under the X-Men banner coming in 2016 alongside X-Men: Apocalypse – the other being Ryan Reynolds’ own passion project Deadpool – but the rushed development schedule just didn’t work out.
Jack Thriller brings AR-AB and Dark Lo along with the OBH-Goonie Gang movement to perform at his 16 Or Better Competition Show. Mikey T The Movie Star touches on the movement being the most gangster since the beginnings of 50 Cent and G-Unit, official members including Stack Ruega, No Brakes Bras, Kylledge, Stogs and Reed took the stage...stay tuned for more from OBH Front Line as AR-AB explains there working on a upcoming mixtape.
Maaaaaan, this movie is going to kick much azz! The bear attack alone... wowwwwww!! Watch the trailer for "The Revenant" (due out in theaters December 25, 2015).
Inspired by true events, THE REVENANT is an immersive and visceral cinematic experience capturing one man's epic adventure of survival and the extraordinary power of the human spirit. In an expedition of the uncharted American wilderness, legendary explorer Hugh Glass (Leonardo DiCaprio) is brutally attacked by a bear and left for dead by members of his own hunting team. In a quest to survive, Glass endures unimaginable grief as well as the betrayal of his confidant John Fitzgerald (Tom Hardy). Guided by sheer will and the love of his family, Glass must navigate a vicious winter in a relentless pursuit to live and find redemption. THE REVENANT is directed and co-written by renowned filmmaker, Academy Award® winner Alejandro G. Iñárritu (Birdman, Babel).
Master P has been at it operating like a business mogul for years, reigning over the empire that is No Limit for years. This is a look at the upcoming talent that Master P has under his wing as he looks to rebuild the movement that made you say, "UGH!!!"
Damn, this is a genuinely good dude. No hate over here, but the facts are the facts. Jack Thriller seemingly got knocked out in his highly publicized boxing match against 40Glocc. The crazy thing is that 50 Cent put his own interviewer on blast, telling everybody that it happened. Peep the video and see how this evolved! (we still don't have the whole video.)
50 Didn't stop there.
AW MAN....I know there was a lot on the line, but this may have been a bad idea. And 40 Glocc ain't nobody's bum, even thought people think he got beat down by The Game. He was definitely in superior shape.
Another view shows that that may not have been 40 Glocc and that final punch...really didn't connect.
(AllHipHop News) Hip Hop biopics have been a big deal this summer. Straight Outta Compton opened the flood gates to other possible projects including the Death Row movie Dogg Pound 4 Life. The casting for the film has already begun, but there is one more entertainer looking to get a role in the project.
What about 50 Cent taking another crack at a semi-biographical motion picture? Thriller would not directly respond to the likelihood a second part to 2005's Get Rich or Die Tryin' could possibly be in the works, but he didn't shut down the idea either.
"I ain't gonna say what 50 Cent wanna see," said the Thisis50 contributor. "I'ma leave it right there."
RSVP NOW!! JIMMY: DID YOU GET ONE? MOVIE- WORLD PREMIERE AND RED CARPET TAKES PLACE IN ATLANTA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH RED CARPET HOSTED BY HOT107.9's @GOTREEC & STAR94 FM's @CHECKACEE Another Jerry May Production and Off Glenwood Entertainment LLC announces the world premiere and DVD digital release of the psychological thriller Jimmy: Did You Get One?Â on Thursday, September 24th in Atlanta, GA.
WHEN: Thursday, September 24, 2015 WHERE: Landmark Theatres Midtown Art Cinema- Midtown Promenade, 931 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 - Red carpet begins at 6:30pm. Screening begins at 7:30pm.
Kendrick Lamar just had the rare opportunity of sitting down with musical legend Quincy Jones. For an interview with Hypetrak Magazine, K. Dot had his ears open wide as Jones dropped gems about the origins of hip-hop, recording 800 songs for Michael Jackson's Thriller and what a good song is truly made of.
(AllHipHop News) Wu-Tang Clan's RZA is now on board to direct the upcoming movie Breakout. The thriller is being released through Amasia Entertainment.
[ALSO READ: Wu-Tang Clan To Team Up With Nike For Limited Edition Sneaker] "The multi-talented RZA has mastered the art of music, acting and filmmaking," said Amasia's Michael Helfant and Bradley Gallo. "We are ecstatic to have him behind the camera on our next project as he brings a fresh and innovative take to this international action thriller from Rich D'Ovidio."
According to THR, Breakout is about a young photographer falsely arrested in Bangladesh for drug trafficking. The film is set to begin shooting in early 2016.
This marks RZA's third turn in the director's chair. Previously, the legendary music producer was at the helm for 2011's The Man with the Iron Fists, andhe is currently in post-production for Coco which stars Azealia Banks, Common and Jill Scott.
Ã¢â‚¬Å"JIMMY: DID YOU GET ONE?" MOVIE- RED CARPET PREMIERE TAKES PLACE IN ATLANTA THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 24TH
Atlanta, GA Sept 3, 2015- "Another Jerry May Production and Off Glenwood Entertainment LLC announces the world premiere and DVD digital release of the psychological thriller "Jimmy: Did You Get One?" on Thursday, September 24th in Atlanta, GA.
WHEN: Thursday, September 24, 2015
WHERE: Landmark Theaters Midtown Art Cinema- Midtown Promenade, 931 Monroe Dr NE, Atlanta, GA 30308 - Red carpet begins at 6:30pm. Screening begins at 7:30pm.
Jerry MayÃ¢â‚¬â„¢s "Jimmy", starring Eric Bart, Judith Bart and Dexter Tucker, will have you on the edge of your seat in this twisted thriller. Granny (Bart) is a psychopathic, bipolar, stone-cold killer who raised her mute grandson Jimmy (Eric Bart) in her beliefs and programmed him to do her evil ways. The plot thickens when Jimmy captures and imprisons a 9-year-old girl named Sara. Sara's father Mr. Cook, a devoted husband and a working man with two children is determined to find his daughter at any cost. Everyone in the town of Toomsberg has been challenged because no one has ever escaped the unknown grasps and torture chambers of Jimmy and Granny.
The script was written and directed by Jerry May and Dexter Tucker with Jerry May, Dexter Tucker, Robin May, and Derrick Handspike serving as executive producers. The team behind the scenes includes Big Duke, Dennis Clark, and Perry Morris Jr. as producers. The assistant directors are Perry Morris Jr., and Dennis Clark, with Deondai Colquitt, Vivian Bell, Rick Stephenson, Greg Jackson, Keith Walker, Cindy Steedle, and Jeff Beal serving as associate producers.
If you are not caught up on your "Walking Dead" watching, maaaaan you better go somewhere and get there! Season 6 will be here before you know. Watch the special extended trailer that was shown at this year's Comic Con.
Get an early look at the all-new Season 6 before it premieres on Sunday, Oct. 11 9/8c.
Whew! If this is the first Hip-Hop you are hearing today, we're sorry for your face getting all scrunched up like that. HA! "Thriller" is that new banger to do it (featuring Sene, Definite & Cashus King) off Blu's new LP "The Return" (out now).
This happened for real? Apparently so. The trailer above teases a period movie based on the true story of the rise and fall of London's Kray Twins (Reggie and Ron). Both portrayed by Tom Hardy in "Legend," these gangster twins 1960s ran the city ruthlessly. Check out the clip and look forward to the September 11, 2015, release.
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 make sure I could go the distance. I did want the knockout towards the end, but I didn't get it."
Vitor Jones De Oliveira (9-0, 5 KO's) won a six round unanimous decision over Guillermo Sanchez (15-14-1, 6 KOs) in a lightweight bout. De Oiveira boxed well from the outside and countered the southpaw Sanchez nice and came home with the victory by scores of 59-55 and 58-56 twice.
"It was a good fight. It took me a few rounds to get going but I am very happy with my performance and looking forward to my next fight," said De Oliveira.
Eddie "E-Boy" Gomez (18-1, 11 KOs) of The Bronx, New York started the night with a technical knockout victory over Jonathan Batista (14-6, 7 KOs) of San Pedro de Marcos, Dominican Republic, when Batista could not answer the bell to start round six in their scheduled 10-round super welterweight bout.
"I feel good, I'm satisfied with the win, but I wanted to show more," said Eddie Gomez. "I was just getting warmed up, showing my boxing and foot work skills to prove I was ready for the 12-round championship fights."
Sidney McCow scored a first round technical knockout over Paulo Souza in a scheduled four round welterweight. McCow (3-2, 2 KO's) of New York, NY pummeled Souza until the bout was stopped at 2:55 of round one. Souza of Somerville, Massachusetts is now 0-8.