*If you’re one of the people who has seen the 2002 classic movie “Drumline” and wondered about a sequel, then this news is for you.
According to Indiewire.com, a sequel to the Nick Cannon-starring feature is coming, courtesy of VH1. The network has greenlighted the follow-up, which will follow a new class of characters, set in a fictional New Orleans university.
*Ok, if you think I’ve got some explaining to do from the title, you obviously haven’t heard that Nick Cannon, you know…MISTER Mariah Carey, is pissed at Internet giant, Google.
Here’s what happened: You know how Google does those doodle pics on their Homepage (see it above)? The jury’s still out on my end as to whether I like ‘em or not…But that’s not the point of this story. Sorry.
*VH1 is contributing live music to this week’s Super Bowl hype in New York.
The network’s “Super Bowl Blitz” features six concerts over six nights from acts including Fall Out Boy, the Goo Goo Dolls and Gavin DeGraw.
On Thursday night, TLC’s Rozonda “Chilli” Thomas and Tionne “T-Boz” Watkins took the stage at New York City’s Beacon Theater to perform their biggest hits, including “Waterfalls” and “Creep.”
*Comedian Kevin Hart and “America’s Got Talent’s” Nick Cannon – also co-stars of BET’s “Real Husbands of Hollywood,” are two of the top players returning to the annual NBA All-Star Celebrity Game, to be held on Valentine’s Day in New Orleans.
Hart, who has earned MVP for the past two years, will be feeling some extra love during the game: His new movie “About Last Night” also premieres on Feb. 14.
“Scandal” star Columbus Short and “Fruitvale Station” standout Michael B. Jordan are also on the roster, perhaps channeling some energy from the former NBA superstar who shares his name.
*Some positive news for black men!
Forest Whitaker is among 28 black men who will be recognized by BET and ICON MANN.
The partnership is to celebrate the positivity black men have impacted on the US and the around the world.
Janelle Monae attends the Variety Breakthrough of the Year Awards