Thereâ€™s no dividing this unstoppable trio. Kanye West, Jay-Z, and Beyonce take the lead in nominations at the upcoming BET Awards. The Atlanta Journal Constitution writes:
Kanye West has the most nominations with seven, while his mentor, Jay-Z, earned five, and Jay-Z’s wife, BeyoncÃ©, received six.
Jay-Z and West collaborated last year on the album “Watch the Throne.” Their songs â€” “â€¦ In Paris” and “Otis” â€” are up for video of the year. BeyoncÃ© has two nominations in that category with “Love on Top” and “Countdown.” Read More »
While the streets are still patiently waiting for Jeezy to release the highly anticipated album TM3: A Hustlerz Ambition, he recently released a mini documentary in order to continue to promoteÂ the future release. Despite several pushbacks fans are still standing behind the Atlanta based rapper as he gives them a glimpse of his life while working on his new LP. TheÂ short film isÂ also narrated byÂ seasoned actor Samuel L. Jackson…Â Check out the mini documentaryÂ inside. Read More »
Samuel L Jackson lent his hand to be a part of a Anti-Gun PSA. And we really love it. There isn’t anything worst then losing a family member, loved one, friend, or anything of the sort to the stupidity ofÂ GUN VIOLENCE!!! Read More »
Calling all history lovers, calling all history lovers! Two of the most known actors in the game, Samuel L. Jackson and Angela Basset, are set to tribute Dr. Martin Luther King in a Broadway play titled The Mountaintop. Samuel L. Jackson will star as Dr. King while Angela Bassett will star as Camae. Camae is a maid at the Lorraine Hotel where Dr. King stayed after his famous I’ve Been To The Mountaintop Speech. Look inside for more details on the Broadway play. Read More »
The stars were out and about last night for 3rd annual Fashion Night Out, started by Vogue magazine’s Anna Wintour. This years event included a-list singers, rappers, actors, models, designers and athletes seen perusing around New York’s fashion hotspots. The event takes place in cities all across the world and kicks off NYC’s Fashion Week.
LaLa & Carmelo pictured here at Dolce & Gabbana.
Rachel Zoe and Mary J. Blige team up for a photo.
Angela Simmons hit up Giuseppe Zanotti’s Boutique rocking black and white.
Usher Raymond and Justin Bieber pictured at Dolce & Gabbana.
More pictures below with Angela Bassett, Samuel L. Jackson, Dwyane Wade, Estelle, Corinne Bailey Rae, Sessilee Lopez and more: Read More »
Samuel L. Jackson is one of my favorite actors with his straight to the point, raw style. So when I heard he wrote a children’s book called Go the F*** to Sleep I was somewhat perplexed.
The book called Go the F*** to Sleep isn’t a childrens book but a book for parents who want their kids to go the F*** to sleep. Written by Adam Mansbach profane, affectionate, and radically honest verses perfectly capture the familiar â€“ and unspoken â€“ tribulations of putting your little rugrat down for the night. Letting parents know its ok to be frustrated and laugh about the crazy things your kids do day-in and day-out.
Known for some infamous movie lines Mr. Jackson was Mansbach’s first choice to Narrate his book. He even has a simular line to the title in his film Snakes On A Plane.
Jackson explained in the narration before reading the text of the book: Read More »
(Undated) — Samuel L. Jackson is heading to Broadway. The movie actor, known for his share of commanding characters with colorful speech, will be tackling a master of speech in “The Mountaintop.” Jackson will mark his Broadway debut portraying civil rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. in the play about the last hours of Dr. King’s life. “The Mountaintop” is being described as a reimagining of the events that took place the night before Dr. King’s 1968 assassination after he delivered his famous “I’ve Been To The Mountaintop” speech. The play is expected to begin performances on September 22nd with an official opening date scheduled for October 13th.
Samuel L. Jackson wasn’t very impressed with last weekend’s broadcast of the Academy Awards. The actor caught up with TMZ.com on Tuesday and said he was disappointed with the lack of African-American actors. Jackson remarks, quote, “I guess they didn’t think we were available to read teleprompters that night…not a big deal, hopefully it’ll get better.” Jackson added that Oscar organizers could have very easily added a little diversity to the show, noting that plenty of actors would have been happy to take part. He adds, quote, “Hopefully they won’t make that mistake again.” Read More »
Gossiponthis is reporting Â Samuel L. Jackson is in talks of playing world-famous Civil Rights leader Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. on Broadway. Jackson is said to be in New York reviewing for the play, â€œThe Mountaintop,â€ which follows the events of the night before leading up to the MLK assassination in Memphis, Tennessee in 1968. Read More »