The original “Space Jam” starring Michael Jordan came out in 1996. The movie placed his Airness alongside Warner Bros’ Looney Tunes characters, back when Bugs, Daffy and company were still the entertainment of choice for kids everywhere.
Remember Zola? The internet moves fast so you can’t be blamed for missing it, but she was the source of one of the more entertaining stories to ever come directly from Twitter last October. You can read the whole thing here.
Weeks after surviving a battle with kidney cancer, a struggle he describes in painful detail on his new surprise album, In My Feelings (Goin Thru It), Boosie Badazz has revealed his official plans to create his own biopic.
Last year, Drake made his film debut when he had a cameo in "Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues" alongside Kanye West and many more, and now it looks like he might be popping up in another big-ticket sequel.
As of right now, Rihanna's acting experience is limited to a hilarious cameo in "This Is The End" and a role in the ill-fated board game adaptation "Battleship." Her resumé is not exactly exceptional in that department, but it didn't stop the producers of the
Today most celebrities are either double or triple threats, expanding their careers into other forms of the entertainment world. Rappers are no exception to this surge of multi-talented public figures and have been a part of the growth for sometime now.
Sneakers draw on inspiration from almost anything. The Air Jordan 14 was designed to resemble a Ferrari. Every sports city has a sneaker colorway modeled after their teams. We've seen multiple kicks themed on Holidays.