Monday, January 21, 2008

Ty's Monday Microwavables

Wassup, Y'all!

Thought I'd start servin' up some warm and tasty hits to get your Mondays off right!

Our boy Pacman Jones just can't seem to figure out that Pacman + Strip Club = Trouble *** Forest Whitaker looks to continue his run of biographic roles by playing Al Collins, the coach who guided Louisiana's John Ehret High to the state basketball title "a year after Hurricane Katrina tore apart the school and displaced most of its students" - I caught the story on ESPN - good stuff, y'all! *** Not to be left out Will Smith is considering playing Chicago 7 radical Bobby Seale for Steven Spielberg - wonder if there's a slot in that joint for Jamie Foxx like there was in 'Ali' so that brother can get his career back on track? *** Former NFL star Bam Morris has some words of advice on how to avoid the Tossed Salad Man for Leavenworth's newest tenent, Mike Vick... *** After being caught doin' 101 on I-71, Cleveland Cavilier LeBron James said, "I'm not going to jail or nothing like that. I wasn't drunk. I was just speeding. That's it." Ol boy probably didn't realize that those twelve school kidz he hit weren't I-71 potholes... *** Ice Cube is considering steppin' into Mr. T's shoes to play Sgt. Bosco "B.A." Baracas in John Singleton's remake of 'The A-Team'. If that ain't perfect castin', I don't know what is... *** Caught the trailer to Step Up 2 - The Streets and the dancin' is looking pretty hot - the sound track features Missy, T-Pain, Flo Rida, Danity Kane and Pretty Ricky (how'd Akon and Ne-Yo miss out?). The exact southside version of this joint is called 'How She Move' (stop hatin' - there's a writers strike on, y'all!). Sadly, can't say I felt that trailer as much... *** The Broadway version of 'A Raisin In The Sun' featuring Diddy, Sanaa Lathan, Phylicia Rashad and Audra McDonald is headed to Sundance then to the small screen on ABC - Monday, February 25 (8-11PM E) - Ol Ty was fortunate to catch this joint in NYC and Sanaa Lathan looks just as good in person, homeboys. Try to catch that bad boy...



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