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Michael Brown Sr. and Lesley McSpadden, the parents of Michael Brown Jr., and their attorney Benjamin Crump join “CBS This Morning” to discuss their reaction to the grand jury’s decision and the violent aftermath in Ferguson. In this emotional interview, they also comment on officer Darren Wilson’s version of events and the American justice system.
OGG, in their new film, takes the opportunity to tell their story from their own perspective. Often only considered three letters, O.G.G., the acronym for Originality Gains Greatness, has made significant strides as a collective, company, and label, in a short amount of time, at least to the public. Co-CEO’s OG Brylan Kerr and OG Maco tell their side of things from the very beginning, why and how OGG was created and everything it took to reach this current stage of success.
The 22 minute film showcases the struggles, the success, the highs and the lows, and the results from their dedication and hard work over a six month time period. OGG The Movie, displays the impact a solid group of people who can come together and focus on a concrete goal and do whatever it takes to to accomplish it by simultaneously being true to yourself. Remember, no one in OGG is the same. Everyone comes from a different walk of life. It’s always gangster to be original.
Chris Rock’s awesome new movie, Top 5, is in theaters on December 5th. To celebrate, our number 1 fan and the film’s music guru, ?uesto, brought the BK legend and hip hop aficionado by to talk about the movie, his incredible hip hop history, and just how highly he ranks Kanye in his own top five.
The Washington Redskins are planning to start Colt McCoy over Robert Griffin III this Sunday against the Indianapolis Colts, a team source said Tuesday night.
While Griffin is not a part of Washington’s plan for Sunday’s game, he still appears to be a significant part of the Redskins’ long-term plan, according to another source.
Yet right now, the Redskins are hitting the reset button, though it might not last long, a source cautioned, as Washington has high hopes for the coming offseason.
For the first time since it surrendered three first-round picks and one second-round pick for the right to draft Griffin, the Redskins will have their full allotment of picks in addition to room under the salary cap. That means behind owner Dan Snyder and general manager Bruce Allen, the team will be positioned to strike this offseason, spend big-time dollars and improve its roster.
Also, Washington hired head coach Jay Gruden in large part for his stellar work with quarterbacks, and the team is convinced coaching, cash and patience can help turn Griffin back into the player who won the Heisman Trophy and Offensive Rookie of the Year in back-to-back seasons.
But for now, it has been a battle. Griffin is coming off his most challenging NFL outing at San Francisco, where he was battered in the pocket and struggled when he did have time to throw during a 17-13 loss to the 49ers. That showing forced Washington to consider a change that is expected to become official Wednesday, when Gruden meets with reporters.
On Monday, Gruden said he intended to start Griffin against the Colts, but never fully committed to it.
Griffin is scheduled to meet with the media in a previously scheduled news conference at 11:30 a.m., though it is uncertain whether he still will speak then.
This move represents yet another turn for Griffin and the Redskins. As a rookie he threw for 3,200 yards and rushed for 815 as the Redskins won their first NFC East title since 1999.
But since then he’s dealt with major knee surgery, a fractured relationship with his first coach, Mike Shanahan, and questions about his leadership. This year, under Gruden, the concerns have been about his on-field development. Griffin lost some time to develop when he dislocated his left ankle in Week 2, sidelining him for six games.
McCoy helped rally the Redskins to a 19-17 win over Tennessee on Oct. 20 and followed that a week later in his first start with a win at Dallas on Monday Night Football. In those two games McCoy completed a combined 36-of-42 passes for 427 yards, one touchdown and one interception.
But, with Griffin healthy, the Redskins returned him to the starting lineup against Minnesota. Griffin’s numbers weren’t bad: He threw for 251 yards and a touchdown in a 29-26 loss to the Vikings. But a week later against Tampa Bay, Griffin was off all game. His numbers weren’t horrible as he completed 23-of-32 passes for 207 yards. But he missed open targets and threw two interceptions — the first because he passed up an open receiver, according to the coaches, and the second because he stared down his target.
Worse, Griffin was sacked six times and has been sacked 16 times overall since his return. The coaches viewed that in part as a function of his inability to develop as a pocket passer.
The Hunger For More.
123 Minutes. Starring: Jennifer Lawrence, Josh Hutcherson, Liam Hemsworth, Woody Harrelson, Elizabeth Banks, Julianne Moore, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Jeffrey Wright, Natalie Dormer, Sam Claflin, Stanley Tucci and Donald Sutherland. Director: Francis Lawrence.
Had enough yet? ‘The Hunger Games’ getting a little too greedy? Turning one book into two films and a trilogy into the new yearly ‘Harry Potter’ fall, blockbuster tradition making you forget about the dawn of ‘Twilight’. Hey, if ‘The Hobbit’ can turn something that reads like a pamphlet in relation to the ‘Lord Of The Rings’ into a trilogy, the worlds biggest star, Jennifer Lawrence can do whatever the hell she likes and this Christmas after ‘Catching Fire’ last fall this ‘Mockingjay’ is set to sing and beat Bilbo, ring or not. Put that on your Christmas list and keep the change you filthy animal. This is smoking hot! The fires not out yet. It rises like the end of a ‘Dark Knight’ trilogy and in this day and age of big threes, Jennifer Lawrence of the Academy is a two time Oscar nominee with one big win and franchise under her bow. Inbetween rewriting Suzanne Collins playbook, J-Law has flipped the script on her own career. Going from big blockbuster hits to Oscar parties with Bradley Cooper. Hows a trilogy with Rocket the Racoon in her winning ‘Silver Linings Playbook’, last years nominated ‘American Hustle’ and this years ‘Serena’ for you? Now after a Summer season of scorching hot blockbusters that seems to have been dominated by Marvel their ‘Guardians Of The Galaxy’, Lawrence’s ‘X-Men: Days Of Future Past’, ‘The Amazing Spider-Man 2′ and ‘Captain America-The Winter Soldier’, these new ‘Games’ that begin the falls Winter warmer blockbusters have already taken over the clunky but money oil-rich ‘Transformers: Age Of Extinction’ as the highest grossing film of this year. Now that’s a real monster like the ‘Rise Of The Planet Of The Apes’. Smaug doesn’t stand a chance against this arrow.
Bullseye! Lawrence hits the mark again and overcomes all the horrendous internet hatred (and people try to make big news out of why she won’t log on to Twitter…you surprised?) that she had to cruelly suffer through via trolls and predators to stand above it all like her character does against the capital. And what character too! Even if her rebellion tries to manipulate her like a perfectly poised pawn in this political and sociological game of chess her own inner resistance is anything but futile. Now as she fights tears, rage, bow and arrow she torches everything she touches like her new hawkeye arrow accessories. Legolas may have had us all like cupid last year but even he’s going to clench up at this amazing, incendiary archery. Even after last years sequel and ‘Hustle’ that followed her ‘Silver Linings’ and original you would have thought the hottest actor of the moment and the legend of her already defining legacy had already had her best year. But with this, the dark drama ‘Serena’ and of course her scene stealing Mystique in this years ‘X-Men’ that was truly first class she truly makes a mainstream movie metamorphis into something none of us expected. Brining even more emotion and acting acclaim to this Part of ‘The Hunger Games’ then her other Oscar worthy and worldly hits this Mockingjay truly spreads her wings. And forget whistling in allegiance because she sings too. So much so that her song from this movie is already ready to hit the iTunes charts. Next they’ll be screaming for an actor album like Scarlett Johannson or Jeff Bridges like new sensation Lorde (the Jennifer Lawrence of the pop world) and her song of ‘Hunger’. Lawrence of the directing Francis variety again catches his star (and no relation) on screen perfectly for a man who took the reigns of the sequel and shows its in safe, chariots of flames hands for the next two. Forget Keys, Katniss is the girl on fire.
Still it’s not all about the Law in these ‘Games’. There’s enough character here to split the next film into more easter eggs then a Sunday and Monday in late April can handle. Josh Hutcherson is back and extending his acting range again, where even out of the games, he faces even harder challenges like his fellow opponent and love interest. It’s clear this young actor is hungry for more. As is brother of ‘Thor’ Liam Hemsworth who has more on his acting plate with this one. Just like in the books this is where his character comes alive off the pages. And how about Katniss’ significant ‘other’ support without the romance? Lenny Kravitz’s Cinna may sadly be gone and no longer rocking with this one, but we can thank Jennifer Lawrence for his super ‘Strut’ album of September. Woody Harrellson is still here however, no longer holding the bar at ‘Cheers’ but playing it perfectly straight and sober. And even without all that dolled up make-up Elizabeth Banks shows us what she’s really like and what she’s really made of…and it’s a prettier light than any picture of Max Factor could make-up. Stanley Tucci is also as dressed down as his character could possibly be for some stripped-down, on-screen intimate interviews. This is no longer the show, it’s the postgames analysis. Then of course there’s the dearly departed, late, great Phillip Seymour Hoffman who comes in to his own in this one and it’s so great to see the troubled genius having what looks like great fun here. You can’t tell if it’s his character or the actor constantly trying to suppress that smirk and that’s the point. Add a grey-haired, ‘Game Of Thrones’/'Lord Of The Rings’ looking hybrid Julianne Moore to the resistance mix (and yes she’s still age defing pretty even going grey) and more ‘Thrones’ and Hemsworth co-stars like Natalie Dormer of ‘Captain America-The First Avenger’ and ‘Rush’ fame then you have one stellar cast headed off by young and old greats alike like the charming Sam Claflin and Donald Sutherland who as a master of acting with this character makes us all hate him…that’s the mark of an actor to love. Just like the always perfectly peculiar Jeffrey Wright. Bond’s Felix is now almost the Q to Katniss 007. This today however is the by the book franchise that ignites everything in its path even if coloured in dense and charcoal pallets. To kill a ‘Mockingjay’ you’d have to bring more than fire. Like a magician hiding his hand to his final trick, you’ll be glad this film was arrowed in half. Let the final quarter of the games begin!