*Talk about catch me if you can.
DMX is avoiding foreclosure, yet he’s not exactly hiding since he’s going on tour soon.
It’s unknown how, but the bank hasn’t been able to seal the deal on closing the foreclosure on DMX’s Arizona home.
*Donald Glover, AKA Childish Gambino, sat down with Arsenio Hall Tuesday night and to discuss his Instagram Letters and perform “Shadows” off his upcoming album, Because The Internet, in a late-night television debut.
Check out this clip of Glover explaining to Arsenio what he meant when he said he was scared he’ll be Tyrese on Instagram.
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*“Community” star Donald Glover, who reduced his role on NBC’s cult comedy to recurring for season five, is developing a music-themed comedy for FX, The Hollywood Reporter has confirmed.
Tentatively titled “Atlanta,” the comedy is set against the Atlanta music scene. The actor-musician — aka hip-hop artist Childish Gambino — grew up in Atlanta and has a first-hand knowledge of the music community there.
Glover will write, executive produce and star in the FX vehicle, marking his second stab at developing a starring vehicle for himself. Last year, the Community star developed a semi-autobiographical comedy for NBC, which did not move forward at the network.
Glover in July took a step back from “Community,” reducing his role from series regular to recurring in order to accommodate his burgeoning music career and busy tour schedule. He’s slated to appear in five of the Dan Harmon comedy’s 13 season five episodes.
Should Glover’s FX comedy move forward, he would join another former NBC Thursday night staple as “30 Rock’s” Tracey Morgan also has a comedy pilot at the cable network.
*“Community” star Donald Glover is reportedly developing a separate NBC comedy in which he would lead, according to TV Guide.
The actor and musician, who also previously wrote for “30 Rock,” has teamed with that show’s co-executive producer Matt Hubbard for the new project, which is loosely based on Glover’s life.
NBC is said to be interested in the pilot, but Glover’s new comedy will remain “in second position” to his role on “Community,” meaning that he would be unable to pursue the project should his current series be picked up for a fifth run.
“Community” returns for a fourth season on Friday, Oct. 19.
In addition to acting and writing, the 28-year-old also works as a stand-up comic and records music under the alias Childish Gambino. Watch his track “Heartbeat” below.