Ice Cube is dishing some details on his documentary about N.W.A. The rapper tells LAWeekly that he’s recently been in touch with his former N.W.A. group-mate Dr. Dre in an attempt to put together a documentary about the pioneering West Coast rap group. While there are other documentaries about the group in the works, Ice Cube says his will be the “official” story of the group. He plans on taking fans “deeper” than any other previous documentaries or news articles have gone. He says the film will cover the “intimate conversations that helped forge N.W.A.” Read More »
Emmanuel Hudson continues his meteoric rise to stardom with Archive Entertainment adding jet fuel to the unstoppable super talent’s bookings and ratings. Emmanuel’s talents have not gone unnoticed; Hollywood has been persistently chasing Emmanuel down for television and movie roles. Read More »
Viewers are taken on a personal journey into the craft and skills of rap, and what goes on inside the minds and erupts from the pens of rap legends, when Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap, Ice-Tâ€™s critically-acclaimed film, debuts on DVD, Digital, and Video on Demand on September 18th. Directed and hosted by rap legend Ice-T, the release of The Art of Rap on DVD follows the documentaryâ€™s premier at the 2012 Sundance Film Festival and successful theatrical runs in the United States and England.
A performance documentary about the runaway juggernaut that is hip-hop, Something From Nothing: The Art of Rap features some of the genreâ€™s biggest talents, including Chuck D, Grandmaster Caz, Eminem, Snoop Dogg, Melle Mel, Q-Tip, Redman, Mos Def, Afrika Bambaataa, B Real, Immortal Technique, Ice Cube, MC Lyte, Nas, Dr. Dre, KRS One, Common and Kanye West.
The film has won raves from hip-hop specialists and more mainstream media alike.
Allhiphop.comâ€™s Tim Sanchez wrote, â€œIce-T has produced one of the finest and most detailed film documentaries about Hip-Hop in existenceâ€¦a source of inspiration and education for all Hip-Hop fans young and old.â€
Time Out Londonâ€™s Tom Huddleston wrote, â€œOn the big screen, the sheer force and energy of these poets is extraordinary. These guys are legends for a reason.â€ Read More »
Last weekend, a new poster hit the net which had everyone all excited about a possible â€œLast Fridayâ€ movie in the works.
Although the Fake poster looked real, we told that you that it was indeed fake.Â Mike Epps also took to twitter to confirm the poster was fake but not only that mike claims anything dealing with him and the movie was a lie…
Ice Cube has been doing a lot of different interviews telling the public that he would be putting his 1995 â€œFridayâ€ movie series to rest with a final film.
Rumors first started after TMZ Â did a interview with Debo, who said Â the entire cast would be back, including past cast members.
Cube also quickly confirmed reports in an interview with MTV that the final movie, â€œLast Fridayâ€, was a go, weâ€™ve received conflicting reports. Â According to Epps, reports about â€˜Last Fridayâ€™ are false. Epps writing on twitter: Read More »
After weeks of telling you that Ice Cube was working on a new Friday Movie, and after he did countless interviews Â including one with the homie T.T. TorrezÂ we just got everything we where hoping Confirmed about the new Friday film. (P.S. this is a fake Â movie poster photos from twitter)
â€œFor most people, Fridayâ€™s just the day before the weekend. But after this Friday, the neighborhoodâ€™ll never be the same.â€
StreettherapyMagazineÂ reportsÂ The internet is on fire with Ice Cube finally bringing Chris Tucker on board for the final Friday movie. I mean he might as well, with all the taxes he reportedly owes to the IRS. Read More »
Ice Cube is thawing out some new lyrics for a new album. The hip-hop vet has been doing more acting than rapping lately but is ready to get back into the game. In doing so he says he’s sticking to the formula that works for him. He tells MTV fans can expect “Hardcore, West Coast hip-hop.” It’s what he says he does best and what his fans expect from him.
Cube’s still working on a title for his new set but says he’s leaning toward something like “Everything’s Corrupt.” The rapper’s last album, “I Am The West, ” was released in 2010. Since then, Cube has added three more films and a TV series to his acting resume. He recently appeared in the big screen comedy “21 Jump Street,” playing the role of the police captain supervisor for Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum.
And here’s the news everyone and they mama been waiting for. MTV reports Ice Cube is almost done Â with his latest installment to his follow-up to the 1995 originalÂ comedy â€œFriday”. Read More »
Ice Cube knows why Dr. Dre has yet to release his long-awaited “Detox” album. The rap icon was on the “Sway in the Morning” radio show this week where he blamed Dre’s Beats By Dre headphones for the record’s delay. Cube points out that Dr. Dre is getting 300 dollars for a pair of headphones, so why would he want to sell a record for ten dollars. Fans have been eagerly awaiting Dr. Dre’s “Detox” record for more than a decade. The album has been rumored to be on the way several times but, so far, has yet to surface. “Detox” appeared to be a real possibility in 2010 and early 2011 when Dre released the singles “Kush” and “I Need a Doctor.”
Dr. Dre’s last album was 1999′s “2001.” The record has sold more than seven-million copies in the U.S. alone.
IT’S OFFICIAL! I am literally jumping up and down that rapperÂ Ice Cube has confirmed he’s resurrecting the Friday franchise. There has been a lot of speculation over the production of another Friday movie and what the cast would consist of. Well we can safely say, that Chris Tucker along with your other favorite characters has signed up to do another Friday movie!Â TMZ has learned … Cube has already reached out to John Witherspoon to reprise his role as his burrito-eating, dog-catching father, Willie Jones. Â ”I said, ‘HELL YEAHHHH! I am ready to do this!”Â says John.Â HeÂ says nothing is in stone yet … but he’s very confident everything will be worked out. Read More »
Ice Cube and Chris Tucker are apparently getting ready to reunite on the big screen.
Actor Tiny Lister tells told the net that Chris recently flew him out on his jet to discuss doing a fourth film in the “Friday” franchise.
Tiny, who plays DeBo in the films, says Chris and Cube have a big meeting scheduled for next week, adding that the next “Friday” film is “gonna be the big one.”
Tiny goes on to state that Chris is also talking about doing a sequel to his 1997 film “The Fifth Element.”
Chris Tucker starred in the original “Friday,” which arrived in theaters back in 1995. He then left the franchise citing religious reasons.
The most recent installment, “Friday After Next,” was released back in 2002. Here’s is the movie for you to watch… What yall thinking?
Spotted @ TMZ