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The most dysfunctional news room within the San Diego area is back this December as funnyman Will Ferrell reprises his role of mustachioed anchor Ron Burgundy in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues. Along with Veronica Corningstone (Christina Applegate), Brian Fantana (Paul Rudd), Brick Tamland (Steve Carell), and the rest of the Channel 4 news team, the holiday comedy will also include appearances by Harrison Ford, Greg Kinnear, Jim Carrey, in addition to a few Saturday Night Live alums like Tina Fey, Fred Armisen, and Kristen Wiig as Brick Tamland’s wife. Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues will be in theaters on December 20th, till then, check out the film’s two “teaser trailers” after the jump…
Not only did we learn this week that both Kanye West and Drake will have scenes in Anchorman 2: The Legend Continues, we also get another visual preview in the form of a new trailer. Check as Ron Burgundy and company walk up and present the audience with something “fun” about the upcoming movie. December 20th can’t come soon enough.
”I Was Never Mad At Him At Any Point”
Supermodel Chrissy Teigen again addressed rumors that her fiance, R&B singer John Legend, had been cheating on her with groupies in New York City. Teigen spoke to HipHollywood about the false reports.
âI have this thing about justice and proving people wrong and getting my point out there,â Teigen shared.
âIt was just such a ridiculous thing to put out there. We are fine. Why would you ever try and put something out there that would hurt somebodyâs relationship? Thatâs malicious and mean â¦ I was never mad at him at any point, it was just the fact that people would come to me and say, âHey is this true?â No itâs not true,â Chrissy explained.
”When Do I Get One of Those Vanessa Bryant Rings?”
The New York Post reported that R&B singer John Legend was spotted in some New York City bathroom getting freaky with a groupie this week, but his fiancee, swimsuit model Chrissy Teigen isn’t buying it.
She hopped on Twitter to make a few sarcastic comments about the “scandal.”
“Just read John cheated on me and in the uber-credible Post,” she tweeted. “I’m just heartbroken as it’s definitely not typical post bullsh*t.”
The @nypost is normally so kind to me. And I’m normally not the one to use the term sh*t rag so I guess we’re both a little off today,” she continued. “Gonna buy a parrot for the sole reason of it sh*tting on the post every day. Also the singing and companionship.”
She later asked Legend: “When do I get one of those Vanessa Bryant rings?”
Gunplay rose Hip-Hop’s rank in 2012, and almost fell just as quickly due to armed robbery charges that had him facing a life sentence if convicted. However, the case was dismissed in late February and the ”Human L.A. Riot” is back to prepping his debut album, which he discussed, among other things, with the good folks at HipHopSince1987.com.
Gunplay, a character like no other, revealed that his Def Jam debut will no longer be titled Medellin. “Changed the name from Medellin. Now it’s Living Legend,” said the MMG rapper, who says he’s taking time with the project.
Despite plans to release said LP, Gunplay isn’t pressed to release it because he’s seeing ample funds from touring. He also credits his lax ideals to an old school approach to creating tunes. “I grew up when an artist that you loved put out an album once maybe every f***ing three years,” remembered Gunplay, speaking to his desire to make a classic rather than have a quick turnaround.
The Florida native says that his first single will be done once the chorus is finished, but that there’s no date for the project because “the powers that be are weird,” and “they pick whoever the f**k they want to be hot that year.”
Looks like fans will have to keep banging “Pyrex” and his Cops & Robbers mixtape in the mean time. Hear Gunplay speak more on his distaste for the game, Reebok’s decision to part ways with Rick Ross, and more in the full interview below.
John Legend invites you to the party of the year in his sexiest video yet for “Who Do We Think We Are” featuring Rick Ross. The dapper crooner hosts a lavish mansion soirée, where guests dress up and dress down.
In the explicit version of The Great Gatsby-inspired clip, he makes out with half-naked models, who smoke cigarettes and prance around him, while others stay dripped in jewels and boa constrictors.
The G.O.O.D. Music singer’s album Love in the Future, co-produced by Kanye West and Dave Tozer, will arrive on June 25.
Watch the clean and explicit versions below.
Some would say that visuals are a lost art in the music game. While times, and budgets, have certainly changed, John Legend is one of the artists that still take pride in delivering quality treatments.
With that, we receive shots for “Who Do We Think We Are,” in which an elegant soiree filled with women draped in minimal clothing plays the back drop. The video isn’t exactly safe for work, but it’s far from raunchy. Think high art meets eroticism, a la something you’d expect from another G.O.O.D. friend.
Beautiful women of multiple persuasions are seemingly everywhere in a mansion Legend occupies, leaving the Grammy-nominated singer no choice but to get his feel of interaction. Rick Ross assists his efforts with a smooth verse from a dark lit space outside of the party.
“Who Do We Think We Are” is the lead single from Legend’s forthcoming LP Love In The Future, releasing June 25. See the captivating video below.
Love In The Future in stores June 25th.
Previously: John Legend & Rick Ross Talk “Who Do We Think We Are” (Video)
By Sowmya Krishnamurthy
Snoop Dogg may be embracing the good vibrations as his reggae-loving alter ego Snoop Lion, but he’s not mincing words about his collaborator Bunny Wailer. In an interview with Rolling Stone Snoop responds to Bunny’s allegations that his music was not a true portrayal of Rasta culture.
Snoop explained the dispute, “I couldn’t tell you. To me, it’s a miscommunication, and I’m not gonna speak nothing negative because I love him too much. Any relationship, you gotta be able to disagree. The last time I seen him, it was all love, but when I heard the negative remarks, I paid no attention. If I’m gonna be Rasta incorporated, loving energy is the only way I can match his negative energy.”
Snoop was asked if he was open to having a conversation with Bunny about the “miscommunication” and he responded, “I mean, it would be meaningful for him to talk to me. He’s the one supposedly putting out the negative energy. I coulda said, “F— that n***a. Bitch-ass n***a.” I’m still a gangsta – don’t get it f—ed up. I’m growing to a man, so as a man, do I wanna revert back to my old ways and fuck this n***a up, or move forward, shine with the light? It’s nothing. I’ve been hit before.”
Despite cosigns from reggae personalities including Rohan Marley, Bob Marley’s son, Bunny Wailer went on the record to say that he was not supporting the Dogg’s evolution. Wailer told TMZ, that Snoop was guilty of “outright fraudulent use of Rastafari Community’s personalities and symbolism” — and has failed to meet “contractual, moral and verbal commitments.”
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