Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum are back at it again. Having arguments, getting in gunfights, and having sex with minors. And when they’re not busy doing that, they’re starring opposite one another in ’22 Jump Street’.
In the pilot episode, he performs a home invasion on those kids from ‘Are We There Yet?’
Enough with the shitty bands.
“Do I look like a muthaf*ckin’ role model?” Yeah, Ice Cube. You kinda do now.
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I hope Lightning McQueen wants some spinning rims and hydraulic suspension. Disney is in talks with Ice Cube to produce and distribute ‘Chrome and Paint’, a drama about the South Central Los Angeles custom car scene.
Comedian Rob Riggle (‘The Daily Show’) is ready to torment some kids. Or rather, cops pretending to be kids. Or rather… something. We’ll see.
Comin’ straight out da freeza.
My Man ‘Friday’ has more projects in the pipeline. He’s in talks to star in ’21 Jump Street’ and he’s driving around town with his car-related directing vehicle.
Halle Berry is being replaced by America’s sweetheart Katherine Heigl (in a movie, not in life).
Now that David O. Russell is willing to do just about anything, he’s got another weird sounding project in the works. It’s still too early for big details, but he and his Three Kings star Ice Cube are working together on a potential franchise. No, it won’t involve any kids asking when they’ll arrive at their planned destination.
Get ready to go further behind the music of popular VH1 "Behind the Music" subjects N.W.A (aka That-word-my-friend-Tariq-asked-me-to-stop-saying With Attitude). New Line has tapped (not as in "tapped that ass") Andrea Berloff (World Trade Center) to write Straight Outta Compton, a biopic dramatizing the rise and fall of seminal gangsta rappers and police f*ckers: Ice Cube, Eazy-E, Dr. Dre, MC Ren, and DJ Yella.Biopics always clean up come award season and I don't see why this one should be any different. One might argue that the subject matter is too aggressive but the same could once be said for Johnny Cash. I'm interested to see how far this can go. In fact, I'd like to go ahead and nominate it right now for the Screen Junkies' Theater-Going Experience Most Likely to Get You Shot Award. (THR)