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Thursday, June 14, 2018

Stephen A. Smith Talks TV Debates and Keeping Athletes Off Weed | GGN News

From the pages of the Philadelphia Inquirer to the sidelines of the NBA Finals and his own daily debate show on ESPN, Stephen A. Smith has been an integral voice in sports journalism for the better part of three decades. And in the world of clickbait headlines and flash-in-the-pan social media stories, Smith is a living legend when it comes to the old school skill of finding the scoop and making sources out of the world’s best athletes. So no matter how many unnamed commenters pop up on your Twitter feed about King James’ next destination, make sure you don’t forget about Stephen A.’s credentials and feel free to turn on ESPN if you ever forget.

On the latest episode of GGN, Smith chopped it up with Uncle Snoop in the studio and told stories about climbing from New York City to the top of the sports media food chain, bringing Snoop on his early shows and, of course, the reasoning behind his famously anti-cannabis tagline, “stay off the weeeed” (“I got family members that do it, I got friends that do it, but it’s not about the weed, it’s about the fact that it’s costing you money!”)

So grab your popcorn, fire up your favorite strain, and take a seat alongside the Doggfather for a conversation with one sports’ hardest-working journalists. And for more Stephen A. Smith, tune in to ESPN every weekday morning at 10am for First Take.

Thursday, June 07, 2018

Open Late with Peter Rosenberg: Breaking Down Drake vs. Pusha T, Plus Swizz Beatz and Melii

Peter Rosenberg is joined by panelists Laura Stylez, Kaz and Julia Young to break down the ongoing feud between Drake and Pusha, as well as ABC cancelling "Roseanne," before sharing their favorite Summer Jam moments. Then, Swizz Beatz joins to talk about his new album and share unheard stories about Jay Z and Kanye West. Plus, we get to know talented newcomer Melii.

Open Late with Peter Rosenberg: Denzel Curry & Kyle, Plus Belly Freestyles With Bear the Dog

Following the release of his new album "Light of Mine," Kyle stops by "Open Late with Peter Rosenberg" to give the story behind his 2 Chainz collaboration, his love of Jadakiss and how Kid Cudi inspires him. Plus, Denzel Curry, HoodCelebrityy and Zaytoven join the panel to discuss the Billboard Music Awards and allegations against R. Kelly. And Belly kicks a crazy freestyle in the latest "Bear with Me."

Tuesday, June 05, 2018

Game Reviews: IGN's Vampyr Review

Developer Dontnod's tale of a vampire doctor is elevated by a lot of great story, characters, and world-building, but its systems and technical hiccups weigh it down.

Thursday, May 24, 2018

Detroit: Become Human Review "Buy, Wait for Sale, Rent Never Touch?"

Karak sits down to discuss Detroit Become Human for PS4 and PS4 Pro. Detroit Become human purchase link for amazon

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Buy, wait for a sale, rent, or never touch it. The Patented Karak review system to see if a game is worth a buy.

Thursday, May 17, 2018

J. Cole x Angie Martinez Interview at Salaam's House

J. Cole and Angie Martinez in conversation at Salaam Remi's studio house in Miami before Cole's headlining set at Rolling Loud Festival 2018

Wednesday, May 02, 2018

05-01-18 The Corey Holcomb 5150 Show - Kanye West, Bill Cosby & Marriage

R. Kelly BBC Documentary 2018

A new R. Kelly BBC documentary 2018 details the scandals and accusations that have plagued the singer for years regarding his relationships with teenagers and young women.
Check out our commentary in this video after the full R Kelly documentary that aired on BBC in 2018.
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Tuesday, April 24, 2018

Algee Smith Talks Saturday Morning Cereal Recipes and “The New Edition S...

From Michigan to Atlanta and eventually Los Angeles, Algee Smith has taken the long road to success, but that’s only made him stronger. From early days rapping and singing to his adulthood love for acting, Smith has taken every opportunity and ran with it. Now, with starring roles in The New Edition Story and Detroit, Smith is ready to write his name in Sharpie all over Hollywood.
On the latest episode of GGN, Algee Smith joins Uncle Snoop in the studio to chop it up about New Edition’s everlasting legacy, growing up watching Snoop’s iconic acting roles and the finer points of pouring up cereal on Saturday morning.
So grab your popcorn, fire up your favorite strain, and take a seat alongside the Doggfather for a stoney conversation with one of the silver screen’s up and coming stars. And for more Algee Smith, check out Detroit and The New Edition Story, both streaming online now, and check out his debut EP Listen.

Martin Lawrence Talks Sitcom Secrets and Upcoming Collaborations with Sn...


The world of comedy wouldn’t have been the same without Martin Lawrence. From his start arguing about scuffed Jordans in Spike Lee’s Do the Right Thing and early stand-up specials in shiny shirts to his self-titled sitcom and genre shifting buddy cop flicks Bad Boys and Blue Streak, Martin hasn’t left the limelight in nearly 30 years. And if that wasn’t enough, the timeless comedian is nowhere close to stopping, with another Bad Boy sequel on the way.
On the latest, very special episode of GGN, Martin joins Uncle Snoop in the studio to break down his long career, behind the scenes secrets from Martin and the history of the 1990’s famous HBCU hoodies.
So grab your popcorn, fire up your favorite strain, and grab a seat alongside the Doggfather for stoney conversation with one of the silver screen’s living legends. And for more of our dynamic duo, keep your eyes peeled for The Beach Bum, the latest film from director Harmony Korine, starring both Martin Lawrence and Snoop Dogg.

Terry Crews and Smoke DZA + Is This Hip-Hop's True Golden Age? | Open La...

On the second episode of "Open Late with Peter Rosenberg," Peter claims that we're living through hip-hop's Golden Age, and his panel of Miss Info, Damien Scott and Mouse Jones weigh in. Then, Terry Crews gets real about masculinity and his love for Kendrick Lamar and Public Enemy. Plus, Smoke DZA performs his new track "The Hustle" with Bodega Bamz and LevyGrey.

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

A$AP Rocky and Rich The Kid join Peter Rosenberg for debut episode of "O...

On the premiere of Open Late with Peter Rosenberg, Peter breaks down Cardi B's rise.  A$AP Rocky shares his thoughts on Travis Scott, his relationship with Kanye and his new album. Plus, Rich The Kid performs, "Plug Walk."

'Rampage' Tops Weekend Box Office, but 'A Quiet Place' is Making the Most Noise

It was nearly an upset at the weekend box office, but Warner Bros. and New Line's Rampage was able to hold off a strong second weekend from Paramount's hit horror/thriller A Quiet Place to take the weekend's #1 spot. But that doesn't discount the fact A Quiet Place is less than $400k shy of topping $100 million domestically after just ten days in release. Additionally, Blumhouse's Truth or Dare delivered a solid, third place debut.
With an estimated $34.5 million, Warner Bros. and New Line's Rampage delivered a first place finish from 4,101 theaters. Looking at some of the comps we used heading into the weekend, this is a bit ahead of the $31.7 million opening for Tom Cruise's The Mummy last year, which went on to gross just over $80 million and an improvement over Dwayne Johnson's Hercules, which opened with $29.8 million in 2014 and grossed just over $72 million domestically.
Looking ahead, Rampage really only has one more weekend to have much of an impact at the box office with Avengers: Infinity War debuting in two weeks. Rampage already had to shift its release date when Disney moved Infinity War to April 27 and this relatively soft debut for the $120 million production doesn't bode well for its future domestically and perhaps even internationally where the film brought in an estimated $114.1 million from 61 markets this weekend. Leading the way was an estimated $55 million opening in China followed by the UK ($5.7m), Korea ($5.7m), Mexico ($4.8m) and Malaysia ($3.5m). The film will open in France on May 2 followed by releases in Germany (May 10) and Japan (May 18).
Rampage's opening weekend demos show the film playing to an audience that was 55% male vs. 45% female with 63% of the audience coming in over the age of 25. Audiences gave the film an "A-" CinemaScore.
With an estimated $32.6 million in its sophomore frame, Paramount's A Quiet Place finished the weekend with a domestic cume just shy of $100 million after just ten days in release. Assuming actuals push the film's Sunday cume over the century mark, A Quiet Place will have reached $100 million nine days faster than Split and six days faster than The Conjuring, which went on to gross $138.2 million and $137.4 million respectively. Even if it isn't until Monday that the film tops $100 million, the pace at which it is performing is spectacular nonetheless.
Most importantly, the film's performance is something Paramount Pictures really needed as it already looks as if it will be the studio's highest grossing release since Star Trek Beyond, which brought in $158.8 million after releasing in July of 2016. Should it top that mark, the next highest gross would be Mission: Impossible - Rogue Nation's $195 million performance in July 2015. That's impressive to say the very least.
Internationally, A Quiet Place added an estimated $22.3 million from 55 markets for an overseas cume reaching $51.7 million and a global tally that now stands at $151.3 million. Based on current exchange rates, the film is pacing 76% ahead of Don't Breathe, 57% ahead of Get Out, 50% ahead of Lights Out, 7% ahead of The Conjuring and 10% behind Split.
In third is Universal and Blumhouse's Truth or Dare, delivering an estimated $19 million from 3,029 locations. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of this opening is that it did it alongside A Quiet Place as both films enjoyed solid weekend performances. The film's debut is just a bit shy of the $19.8 million opening for Ouija, which went on to gross just over $50 million. Opening weekend audiences gave the film a "B-" CinemaScore and saw a demo breakdown that was 60% female vs. 40% male with 40% of the audience coming in over the age of 25.
Internationally, Truth or Dare debuted in seven markets and brought in an estimated $2.6 million including $1.3 million in the UK and Ireland, tracking ahead of The Visit and on par with other Blumhouse originals such as The Purge and Happy Death Day. The film opens next week in 18 additional markets and continues its international rollout over the next few months.
Warner Bros. release of Steven Spielberg's Ready Player One finished in fourth with an estimated $11.2 million. The film's domestic cume now stands just shy of $115 million after 18 days in release and is currently pacing relatively similarly to The Last Airbender and Divergent, which finished with$131.7 million and $150.9 million respectively. Internationally, the film added an estimated $33.8 million this weekend in 65 overseas markets taking the international cume to $360.2 million for a worldwide gross just shy of $475 million with the film opening in Japan this coming weekend.
Rounding out the top five is Universal's R-rated comedy Blockers, which dropped a somewhat surprising 50% in its second weekend for an estimated $10.3 million, pushing the film's domestic cume just shy of $37 million. Internationally, the film added six more markets this weekend where it brought in an estimated $3.9 million from 21 overall territories for an international cume totaling $16 million.
Elsewhere in the top ten, Fox Searchlight's nationwide expansion of Wes Anderson's Isle of Dogs delivered an estimated $5 million from 1,939 theaters (+1,385) for a domestic cume totaling $18.4 million. The film also expanded internationally where it is now playing in six markets, debuting in France with an estimated $821k and Australia with $713k. Overall the international cume now stands at $8.7 million with releases in China and Spain set for next weekend.
TWLWTitle (click to view)StudioWeekend Gross% ChangeTheater Count / ChangeAverageTotal GrossBudget*Week #
1NRampage (2018)WB (NL)$35,753,093-4,101-$8,718$35,753,093$1201
21A Quiet PlacePar.$32,970,049-34.3%3,589+81$9,186$100,005,934$172
3NTruth or DareUni.$18,667,855-3,029-$6,163$18,667,855$3.51
42Ready Player OneWB$11,519,388-53.2%3,661-573$3,147$114,922,186-3
64Black PantherBV$5,777,896-33.6%2,180-567$2,650$674,233,418-9
710Isle Of DogsFoxS$5,475,139+20.0%1,939+1,385$2,824$18,926,003-4
86I Can Only ImagineRAtt.$4,141,834-46.9%2,573-321$1,610$75,293,399$75
95Tyler Perry's AcrimonyLGF$3,652,698-56.4%1,332-674$2,742$37,828,175-3

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