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HBO's "7 Days in Hell" airs this Saturday, July 11, at 10 Pm Et/Pt and whew, it's not good. Starring Andy Samberg and "Game of Thrones" star Kit Harington as rival tennis players, the 45-minute special is a send up of the 2010 Wimbledon match between John Isner and Nicolas Mahut, which ran for three days. Bad boy American, Aaron Williams (Samberg) and British home favorite Charles Poole (Harington) battle it out over the course of seven days with interviews and vignettes spliced in-between each day's play and with every passing minute it weighs heavier and heavier on your soul. Williams is something of an Andre Agassi, tennis bad boy that falls on hard times after killing a linesman with an errant serve, while Poole is a dimwitted Brit who can hardly tie his own shoes. Everything from weather to sex with streakers, phone calls from the Queen of England, sex with streakers, »
- Brad Brevet
Good news for Sean Diddy Combs — the rapper won’t be charged with a felony following his alleged brawl with UCLA assistant coach Sal Alosi. According to TMZ, the hip-hop mogul’s assault case has been rejected by the Los Angeles County District Attorney. The “Bad Boy for Life” artist isn’t off the hook though. His case will now be reviewed by the Los Angeles City Attorney, which means he could still face misdemeanor charges. As previously reported, Diddy claims he was acting in self defense after getting into [...] »
The end of June has been wild for Diddy: First, he got arrested for kettlebell stuff. Then, he reunited the Bad Boy family at the Bet Awards — and fell down a trap door. And now he's teamed up with Pharrell to remind everyone who he is, with "Finna Get Loose," one big feeling you can feel with your ears. (Well, he is many things, but in this scenario: rapper.) The production on this track, courtesy of Pharrell, is undeniably fantastic. The lyrics are ... well, a blend of bland and scary (there is a reference in here to Stephen King's Cujo, whoa!). As a package deal, though, it seems to accomplish its goal — even if the person in the background is panting really hard and should probably receive medical attention instead of dancing. Anyway, as far as reminders go, it's pretty fun. Diddy even goes a little bit »
- Sean Fitz-Gerald
To celebrate the 20th anniversary of Diddy's Bad Boy Records, the rapper gathered many of the label's original artists together for an epic performance at the Bet Awards on Sunday. The all-star roster, which included Lil' Kim, Faith Evans, Sheek Louch, and even Ma$e, hit the stage to belt out some of their biggest nostalgia-inducing hits; hearing "Mo Money Mo Problems," "All About the Benjamins," "Love Like This," "Hypnotize," and 112's "Peaches & Cream" will definitely take you back in the best way possible. In one sad/hilarious moment, Diddy fell into the same hole that Lil' Kim popped out of - but he kept the party going, which is the true sign of a legendary artist. Watch the amazing Bad Boy reunion above now, and check out more signs that you were a teenager in the 2000s. »
Lil' Kim looked like this just a couple months ago ... so her appearance last night was a big surprise! The 40-year-old rapper joined Diddy, Ma$e, Faith Evans and 112 for a Bad Boy records reunion performance at the Bet Awards on Sunday, where the group performed a number of hits including "Peaches & Cream," "Mo Money, Mo Problems," "Feels So Good" and "Love Like This." Pharrell Williams, French Montana, The Lox and Chris Brown all took part in the epic tribute as well. Warning: Some graphic language in the video below. Kim popped up midway through the performance, coming out of the trap door in the stage Diddy fell into only moments earlier. See her entrance around the 6-minute mark. Sporting blonde hair and a sheer black bodysuit, Lil' Kim looked great a year after giving birth to daughter Royal Reign. She was seen heading to a party after the show, »
- tooFab Staff
The 2015 Bet Awards provided an incredible display of starpower during its nearly four-hour telecast: Nicki Minaj, Smokey Robinson, Janet Jackson, Diddy and the reunited Bad Boy crew, Kendrick Lamar, Alicia Keys, The Weeknd, Janelle Monae, Rihanna, and more dazzled the crowd. Hosts Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross were positively buoyant throughout the show, even when they threw shade at certain performers. Cough, Tyga and Chris Brown, cough. Here's the best and worst of the gargantuan telecast. You couldn't come away from it without humming three or four of your favorite Smokey Robinson jams. »
- Louis Virtel
While the night may have belonged to Janet Jackson, Sunday night's Bet Awards proved memorable for so many reasons. From Sean "Diddy" Combs' epic Bad Boy reunion (not to mention his pretty nasty on-stage tumble) to Rihanna duct taping Floyd Mayweather's mouth shut and show-stopping performances from Big Sean, The Weeknd and Alicia Keys, the hip-hop industry didn't fail to turn up from the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. Famous presenters Laverne Cox, Zendaya, Michael B. Jordan, Kelly Rowland and more were also on-hand to honor some of the biggest names in music. If you missed the three-hour plus spectacle, you're in luck! Check out the complete list of winners »
Diddy may have brought the house down with his Bad Boy reunion, but the real star of the 2015 Bet Awards was Nicki Minaj's mom, Carol. She is having the time of her life at the show and people love her. First, she slayed on the red carpet with her daughter with a matching skin-tight black ensemble that had a thigh-high slit. She looked incredible, and we finally got to see how much Nicki looked just liked her mom. Then, when Nicki won the award for Best Female Hip-Hop artist for the sixth year in a row, she didn't bring her boy Meek up with her to accept the trophy. Nope, she brought her mom and she gave the sweetest shout-out to Carol. "This is my mommy and it's the first time the world is »
Diddy reunited the Bad Boy family on Sunday for the Bet Awards at the Microsoft Theater in L.A. The hip hop mogul, celebrating 20 years since he formed Bad Boy Records, started things off by performing one of his older songs before bringing out a number of artists, including Lil Kim, 112, Faith Evans, Mario Winans, Harve Pierre, The Lox, Ma$e, and Pharrell. »
- Minyvonne Burke
Update: Diddy is having a little fun with his fall. "I was getting so loose I fell lol but really tho I bust my ass lol," he wrote on Instagram Sunday night. "#finnaGetLoose #AppleMusic Puff Daddy & The Family feat @pharrell." ————— '90s fans rejoice! Old and new faces from Sean "Diddy" Combs' hip-hop record label Bad Boy reunited during Sunday night's Bet Awards for a truly unforgettable tribute to the crew's 20 years of contributions to old school rap. Diddy was joined by Lil' Kim, Faith Evans, Ma$e, Pharrell Williams, French Montana and a slew of other hip-hop heavyweights in his first major »
Sunday’s 2015 Bet Awards broadcast from downtown Los Angeles’ Microsoft Theater with hosts Anthony Anderson and Tracee Ellis Ross. Hotly anticipated performers Chris Brown and Nicki Minaj lit up the stage, topped with a reunion of Bad Boy Records’ biggest acts. Janet Jackson and Smokey Robinson received top achievement honors as well. See the winners in a nominee pool that included Beyonce, Nicki Minaj, Kendrick Lamar, Big Sean, Chris Brown and John Legend. Best New Artist Dej Loaf Fetty Wap Rae Sremmurd Sam Smith** Winner Tinashe Best Female Hip-Hop Artist Azealia Banks Nicki Minaj** Winner Tink Iggy Azalea Trina Dej Loaf Also Read: Diddy, »
- Matt Donnelly
Diddy is not having the best night. The “Bad Boy for Life” rapper not only fell into a hole while performing onstage at the 2015 Bet Awards, he also repeatedly screwed up while presenting Smokey Robinson during Sunday night’s awards show. Photos: 2015 Bet Awards red carpet Sean “Diddy” Combs joined hip-hop royalty 112, Lil’ Kim, Faith Evans, Pharrell Williams, French Montana, Ma$e, and more Bad Boy label artists for an epic tribute on stage at the Microsoft Theater, but his performance was overshadowed by his now-viral mishap. Clad [...] »
Kendrick Lamar opened the 2015 Bet Awards with a powerful performance of "Alright." British singer Sam Smith continued his hot streak at music awards shows, picking up the night's first prize for best new artist, beating out the likes of Fetty Wap and Bobby Shmurda. Nicki Minaj brought her mom on stage as she picked up the award for best female hip-hop artist. The Weeknd picked up the Centric award for "Earned It" from the Fifty Shades of Grey soundtrack. Notable performances included Diddy bringing the Bad Boy family back together by performing with Lil' Kim, Faith Evans, 112 and Mase.
- Abid Rahman, Ryan Gajewski
In The Karate Kid, it's Mr Miyagi. In Back To The Future, it's Doc Brown. In X-Men, it's Professor Xavier. The mentor is a familiar archetype in the movies, and it's a device which is as old as storytelling itself.
The mentor is commonly characterised as a wise, usually much older being who provides wisdom and useful objects to a story's hero or heroine. The Star Wars movies have introduced numerous mentor figures in the entries released so far: dignified old Jedi knight Obi-Wan Kenobi, the benevolent Yoda and Qui-Gon Jinn, the mentor for a young Obi-Wan in The Phantom Menace.
In each instance, we see the mentor provide their students with teaching and gifts »
Joe Carnahan, writer and director for action flicks like The Grey and The A-Team, has been reportedly approached by Sony to take over their Bad Boy franchise. According to reports Carnahan could be taking a look at a previous draft of the script from Safe House writer David Guggenheim and reworking it. Carnahan may also direct this third film. The same report over at Deadline suggests that Sony wants to get moving on this and sign up Carnahan so they have a film ready for Will Smith to consider once he is done with Suicide Squad. Martin Lawrence is unofficially waiting at home by phone for something, anything, to happen. Personally, I love the Bad Boy flicks. Ask me some time about the time I went to...
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'About a Boy,' with Hugh Grant and Baby 'About a Boy' movie review: Some men should remain islands On the surface, Chris and Paul Weitz's 2002 movie About a Boy has a profound, affecting premise. No man is an island entire of itself; every man is a piece of the continent, a part of the main; if a clod be washed away by the sea, Europe is the less, as well as if a promontory were, as well as any manner of thy friends or of thine own were; any man's death diminishes me, because I am involved in mankind. And therefore never send to know for whom the bell tolls; it tolls for thee. With the above statement, seventeenth-century English poet John Donne reached beyond the apparent isolation of each individual by affirming the invisible oneness that encompasses all of humankind – and, why not, all living creatures. »
- Andre Soares
I’m a dick.
Or more to the point, a lot of people think I’m a dick.
Most times I’m of a mind to simply dismiss those clearly inferior beings, loudly and with purpose. Not so many years ago, nothing made me happier than to double down when those who opposed me dared call my conduct uncouth or outrageous and labeled me among other things, a dick.
I didn’t start off with the intention of being a dick. I didn’t even start off trying to be in comics Oh, my greatest wish growing up in the hood was to be a comics artist.
Technically, my greatest wish was to stay alive but being a comic artist was Right behind that. Well, technically it was right behind not getting hooked on drugs or getting a girl pregnant, oh and avoiding being shot.
Let’s just say this, »
- Michael Davis
A water main break at a movie theater can wreak havoc on a film festival!
The Eighth Annual QFest St. Louis, presented by Cinema St. Louis, was supposed to start Sunday April 19th at the Tivoli Theatre. But the organizers had to reschedule when the Tivoli had to shut down because of the water disaster. The show will go on, but the schedule has been changed.
The St. Louis-based Lgbtq film festival, QFest will present an eclectic slate of 23 films – 11 features (six narratives and five documentaries) and 12 short subjects. The participating filmmakers represent a wide variety of voices in contemporary queer world cinema. The mission of the film festival is to use the art of contemporary gay cinema to illustrate the diversity of the Lgbtq community and to explore the complexities of living an alternative lifestyle.
Highlights include the St. Louis premieres of two biographical documentaries on Olympic diver Greg Louganis »
- Tom Stockman
This Sunday! – Come get your Q on, St. Louis!
The Eighth Annual QFest St. Louis, presented by Cinema St. Louis, runs April 19-23 at the Tivoli Theatre. The St. Louis-based Lgbtq film festival, QFest will present an eclectic slate of 23 films – 11 features (six narratives and five documentaries) and 12 short subjects. The participating filmmakers represent a wide variety of voices in contemporary queer world cinema. The mission of the film festival is to use the art of contemporary gay cinema to illustrate the diversity of the Lgbtq community and to explore the complexities of living an alternative lifestyle.
Highlights include the St. Louis premieres of two biographical documentaries on Olympic diver Greg Louganis (“Back on Board”) and former Hollywood heartthrob Tab Hunter (“Tab Hunter Confidential”). Other prominent films include the latest from avant-garde queer filmmaker Bruce la Bruce (“Gerontophilia”) and lesbian-themed films starring Geraldine Chaplin (“Sand Dollars”) and the directorial debut »
- Tom Stockman
What better way to kill time in the hideous La traffic than with a little karaoke? Watch as Corden butchers Mariah Carey songs and as The Voice herself, from the passenger seat, reprises hits including "Always Be My Baby" and the Bad Boy remix of "Fantasy." "The Late Late Show" plays weeknights at 12:35am on CBS. Read More: Late Night's Unfinished Revolution, From Corden to Fallon »
- Ryan Lattanzio
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