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  1. http://www.moviehole.net/news/20070928_now...id_being_r.html :lol:
  2. Karate Kid remake? Hollywood's desire to remake everything is incredible, and the rumour that they could be eyeing a Karate Kid remake sounds bizarre but not unbelievable with today's money making studios. After all the film is looking a bit dated, and the original actors have all moved on enough from these roles, so why not have another one? Introduce some new hipper stars and scenarios, maybe make it a little more gritty, oh boy, I'm talking myself into this one already! The rumour is from one of those pesky sources, although this one seems to carry a little more weight with it than most. A source told IGN that Sony Pictures is working on a remake of The Karate Kid which will be produced by the Will Smith production company and Jerry Weintraub. Weintraub just happened to produce the original film. The Karate Kid is twenty-three years old, it was made in 1984 and starred Pat Morita and Ralph Macchio as Karate teacher and pupil respectively. Obviously the teacher is a master who is living a quiet life in the U.S., and the pupil is a headstrong and young man who is impatient and eager to learn, and for that matter to show off. It sparked a number of sequels and made a fair impact at the time. Apparently, and this gives us some hope that the film might be in production for a good few years, Will Smith's son is being looked to for the remake, and if that means the lead then we could be here a little while, after all Jaden Christopher Syre Smith is only nine right now. There's no word back from anyone as yet, so it's a big rumour, but a good one. A new young, black and modernised Karate Kid facing all today's pressures, not the lighter ones of the eighties. If this was made realistically then we could be seeing something a bit darker and harder. You know what, I'm actually liking this idea. http://www.filmstalker.co.uk/archives/2007...kid_remake.html
  3. http://es.youtube.com/watch?v=uFZ3jZlcurM :jazzy:
  4. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=C9tdGYBw-js Brakes was there! :wickedwisdom:
  5. Awesome pics Brakes! Glad you had fun. :thumbsup:
  6. Yeah, it must be. :shakehead: :lolsign:
  7. :lolsign: It's all good man. How can I say that? I have too much respect for Will and Jada. :thumbsup:
  8. Don't even start up that idiotic crap again. Go 2 the Sony board if u wanna talk about tabloid lies. I'm not sure if that was directed at me, but I didn't write that. I just copied it from another site.
  9. http://www.usatoday.com/life/movies/news/2...eter-berg_N.htm
  10. Will Smith on the Set of His New Movie http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=fZYMPRdFdOQ :thumbsup:
  11. Have a good one. :tee: :birthday: :7: :respect: :dj: :Party_fest09: :yeah: :wickedwisdom: :jazzy: :party: :wiggle:
  12. Will and Charlize http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ETdSaM2cie0
  13. Release Dates For "I am Legend" Japan 14 December 2007 USA 14 December 2007 Belgium 19 December 2007 France 19 December 2007 Netherlands 19 December 2007 Spain 19 December 2007 Netherlands 20 December 2007 Finland 21 December 2007 Egypt 26 December 2007 Iceland 26 December 2007 Norway 26 December 2007 Singapore 27 December 2007 Argentina 3 January 2008 Australia 3 January 2008 New Zealand 3 January 2008 Brazil 4 January 2008 Italy 4 January 2008 Turkey 4 January 2008 UK 4 January 2008 Germany 10 January 2008 Slovakia 10 January 2008 Estonia 11 January 2008
  14. http://media.www.thestrand.ca/media/storag...s-2984718.shtml :shrug: :shrug: :shrug:
  15. :lolsign: Nah man, YOU are the best. :thumbsup:
  16. http://www.nwherald.com/articles/2007/09/2...e7834800808.txt
  17. Ale

    ksmith

    K-Smith Speaks Nephew of Will Smith sets his sights on being the next "Ladies Man" of rap. September 20, 2007 - There's no question about it, K-Smith has got it good. For starters the Philly bred rapper is related to Big Willie. That's right, Will Smith is his uncle. Having somebody of that caliber in your corner goes a long way in an industry that's still ruled by #4080. "I mean he gave me all the freedom to control my whole creative process for the album," he says of Uncle Will's involvement with his debut project. "He really helped me financially and with the business aspect of things. He doesn't dictate anything to me. He just shows me the ropes. Everything is my decision; he's just there to oversee everything." What this means is that he's not there to turn K-Smith into Will Smith, Jr. "Not at all, not at all," the young rapper laughs. While other up-in-coming rappers continue to play it hard by continually repeating the bling themed excess of "gangsta verite," K-Smith prefers to keep it slick and smooth. He goes for more of a ladies man approach. Heck, his first single, "Better Man," features non other than Omarion on the hook. That should tell you something right there. "I've got a lot of tracks for the ladies," says Smith. "Yeah, I'm a ladies man. I love the ladies, man." When asked why he didn't go the more popular thug route Smith is quick to point out, "Because that's not the type of artist I am. I mean I have songs for my fellas, that they'll be able to relate to. But I just go off the type of person that I am naturally. And I know that on the daily what I like to do is hang out with beautiful women. There's nothing wrong with that at all." Even though Smith is a self-proclaimed "ladies man," he's still got a fair amount of the streets running through his blood. Born and bred in Philadelphia, he's spent a little bit of time in juvenile detention. Cliché as it may sound, too, music pretty much saved his life and calmed down his more wild side. "Absolutely," he says. "Music definitely allowed me to clean up my act and stay focused on one thing. Instead of being out on the streets, I go into the studio." Speaking of studios, Smith is lucky on that front. Instead of sleeping on his uncle's couch, he actually has his own semi-private wing at the Will Smith estate. "I actually got a whole wing to myself," he says when asked how comfortable the couches are at Smith Manor. "I got my whole wing. My side of the house is like living in an apartment." Plus what's nice is that the family is basically right around the corner. "I love the fact that I'm out there with my uncle Will and everybody. I get to watch what he does every day, you know what I'm sayin'? I get to watch him. Who better to watch? At the same time, though, I don't look at him like Will Smith. I look at him like my regular uncle. I've known him my whole life." So what is it that makes K-Smith a better man than all the other rappers out there today? "A lot of artists right now, they have hot singles out. You know, they know how to make hot singles that get on the radio, but they don't know how to put a full package together. They don't know how to make a whole album hot," he boldly states. "Also, they don't know how to establish themselves as their own brand. A lot times the record is bigger than the artist. Me, I'm setting up the K-Smith brand, so I'll have longevity!" http://music.ign.com/articles/821/821769p1.html
  18. http://www.celebitchy.com/6044/the_kingdom..._pinkett_smith/
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