Adewale Akinnuoye-Agbaje seen shopping at Diesel in Yorkville, Toronto. Adewale was in Toronto shooting ‘Pompeii’.
(July 13, 2013)
*Adewale Akinnuoye Agbaje, best known for his roles on HBO’s “Oz” and ABC’s “Lost,” is the latest actor to join the cast of “Annie,” an urban reimagining of the Broadway musical.
He will play Nash, the tough but lovable bodyguard and driver for Benjamin Stacks (Jamie Foxx) and a good friend of Annie.
He starts shooting today (Sept. 25), according to Deadline.com.
Agbaje will also appear in the upcoming films “Thor: The Dark World” and “Pompeii.” His film credits include “Bullet To The Head” and “G.I. Joe: The Rise Of Cobra.”
Carlita Kilpatrick is seen here removing items from their 5,000 square foot Grand Prairie, Texas mansion because their lease is up, she lost her job and Kwame Kilpatrick prepares to return to prison.
*Kwame Kilpatrick has been back and forth to prison and unable to pay his bills, but managed to keep his wife and kids in a mansion in Texas…until now.
As the former mayor of Detroit awaits a new prison sentence, his wife Carlita Kilpatrick, was seen removing her unwanted furniture from their Grand Prairie, Texas mansion in preparation for moving day.
The former first lady of Detroit had recently earned a position with the Parks & Recreation department, but she didn’t make it past the probationary period and was let go.
Now her and her two sons are moving out of their home because the lease has expired and it appears the financial well has run dry, according to Detroit’s local NBC affiliate WDIV channel 4 News.
Henry Gribbohm lost his life savings playing a carnival game to win an X-Box.
*There is some truth to the saying attributed to the circus man, P.T. Barnum, “There’s a sucker born every minute.” Someone proves it to you every single day.
Today’s “sucker” is Henry Gribbohm of Derby, New Hampshire.
He went to the carnival to have some fun with the kiddies and ended up losing his life savings on a game that promised an X-Box if he could throw the ball in the bucket without the ball popping back out, according to CBS Boston.
What never seemed to occur to the man was that he could actually have gone to the store and bought his own X-Box for the $300 he spent trying to win it.
*According to a lawsuit filed by a producer who claims he was deprived of credit for his work on Frank Ocean‘s hit single, “Lost,” Frank Ocean is a thief.
Micah Otano writes in court docs obtained by E! News that he co-created the song upon which Lost is based (a track called “DayLight” with producers Malay and Paul Shelton) and also “solely performed the lead synthesizer parts on ‘Daylight’ as well as piano and other parts.” He says Ocean gave him no credit for this.
The single is one of the hits featured on Ocean’s Grammy-winning album channel ORANGE.
Want to take a peek at the original 19-page lawsuit? Click here.
A desperate T.O. needs a job and wants one with the New York Jets.
*The NFL hasn’t been the same since Terrell Owens affectionately known as T.O., was let go from the Seattle Seahawks in late August.
There hasn’t been any bickering on teams, no one bad mouthing the coach or starting a back and forth with the quarterback. Yeah! The NFL has not been the same.
But, the NFL has survived. Now T.O. on the other hand has babies all over the place and baby mamas asking for their back child support and a controversial NFL past that haunts his opportunity to come back into the fold of any team.
But after the NY Jets struggled through their game against the Houston Texans and lost due to some silly mistakes, T.O. made his move
DirecTV loses shows like Spongebob Squarepants in deal gone wrong with Viacom that cost the provider VH1, MTV, Nickelodeon and Comedy Central.
*If you’re a fan of South Park, Key and Peele, and/or Mob Wives AND you’re a DirecTV subscriber our hearts go out to you.
It must have been a total shock to you when you no longer had access to your favorite shows last night.
MTV, VH1, Comedy Central, and Nickelodeon were all lost Tuesday in a bad deal between DirecTV and Viacom.
Luckily though, you’ll still get BET (another Viacom channel). Both sides are blaming the other for the channels being removed. (more…)