Don Cheadle Playing Miles Davis in Miles Ahead


“This is an independently produced film. There is no studio element. We’re still in the process locking down all the financing so it was a component of funds needed to cover a gap , including my own personal money I’ve put into the movie and a consortium of others. It’s to cover what it takes to put together a period movie, that has to have different looks and ways you’re trying to authenticate the time period you’re dealing with,” he explained to EW. “And the music rights—all of that stuff costs money. But it also felt like a good way to open him up back to the public and try to raise that awareness and use the social mediums to make this a social event. To make it social, like the music Miles talked about. It just made sense on multiple levels to do it this way.”

Chris Bosh Considering Rockets Deal


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It’s hard to believe that it has been four years since three of the biggest names in the 2003 NBA Draft congregated to form the Big Three in South Beach. Now four years later it seems like the Big Three in Miami will be a thing of the past. This is due in part to Chris Bosh contemplating on a massive four-year contract with the Rockets worth $88 million.

LeBron, Wade, and Bosh have already opted out of their contracts leaving many NBA fans wondering what is the future of the Miami Heat? Well there is already a potential answer for where Bosh may end up. $88 million over the course of four years seems like a steep price tag. However, Bosh, who just turned 30 a few months back, was a key piece in Miami’s back-to-back titles and four straight Finals appearance.

Houston, coming off an impressive season where they finished 54-28 and a No. 2 seed in the West, looks to add Bosh to an already star-studded roster and boost their frontcourt alongside Dwight Howard. This would mean the Rockets would have to relinquish one of their superstars, Jeremy Lin in order to accommodate cap space for Bosh.

Kevin McHale, a hall of fame big man himself, would enjoy the idea of developing a big man like Bosh to become more of a force in the interior and create a more solid front court presence for Houston.

Whatever Bosh decides on as it pertains to signing with Houston should have an impact on LeBron and Wade’s decision moving forward in their free agencies.

Common (@Common) Feat Big Sean (@BigSean) – Diamonds

Common Ft Big Sean - Diamonds

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Common links up with Big Sean for his brand new single called Diamonds produced by No ID. This track will be featured on Common upcoming album Nobodys Smiling, which is set to drop on July 22nd.

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