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  1. His nephew is whack! Will should seriously talk with him and persuade him to drop the mic.
  2. B.O.B got mad skillz...I saw him at a concert with Talib Kweli and David Banner. He performed a couple of songs from his album and reminded me of T.I., Andre 3000 and Lupe Fiasco. He is some kind of mixture of them...hopefully he hits mainstream!
  3. Willard Christopher "Will" Smith, Jr. (born September 25, 1968) is an American actor, film producer and rapper. He has enjoyed success in music, television and film. Newsweek has called him the most powerful actor on the planet. Smith has been nominated for four Golden Globes, two Academy Awards, and has won multiple Grammys. He is the only actor in history to have eight consecutive films gross over $100 million in the domestic box office as well as being the only actor to have eight consecutive films open at #1 on the domestic box office as a Lead Actor. Smith started as the MC of the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & the Fresh Prince, with his childhood friend Jeffrey "DJ Jazzy Jeff" Townes as turntablist and producer as well as Ready Rock C (Clarence Holmes) as the human beat box. The trio was known for performing humorous, radio-friendly songs, most notably "Parents Just Don't Understand" and "Summertime." They gained critical acclaim for winning the first ever Grammy in the Rap category (1988). The two films (ID4, MIB) established Smith's commercial reputation as a bankable star whose appeal across age, race, and gender lines could "open" a film at the box office, a reputation Smith would begin to term a "Big Willie Weekend" Smith is one of only two hip-hop artists to receive an Oscar nomination in an acting category (Best Actor, Ali, 2001), for his portrayal of the boxer Muhammad Ali, formerly known as Cassius Clay, in the biopic. He was again nominated for Best Actor Oscar for his role in another true-life movie, The Pursuit of Happyness, where he played Chris Gardner in his rags-to-riches story.
  4. Maybe he is just obsessed with Will...Maybe his second name is Loretta and not Stan! Rofl Will is just coming back to music to get at Em! haha
  5. I hope this is true, but somehow I have the feeling that it won't happen!
  6. Ok thats the second time he mentioned Will...when was the third time?
  7. I think it was just Real Slim Shady, which other songs did mention Eminem mention Will? Bow Wow made the comments and people worldwide ethered him for the remarks. After the reaction of the people he immediately apolgized to Will, kind of backfired to Bow Wow. In my opinion the main reason for this is the album LOST AND FOUND! If he had released that after Big Willie Style, I think most people would have dissed Eminem, too.
  8. That guy is the biggest Will Smith Hater in the world...yeah, it makes sense if you are the most powerful actor in the world to retire! lol
  9. http://www.people.com/people/article/0,,20259081,00.html Will & Jada Offer Support for Chris Brown & Rihanna Originally posted Friday February 13, 2009 03:00 PM EST Will Smith and Rihanna Photo by: Soul Brother / FilmMagic; Michael Loccisano / GettyWill & Jada Offer Support for Chris Brown & Rihanna Will Smith and wife Jada Pinkett Smith say they'll do anything for Chris Brown and Rihanna – even if it just means leaving them alone. "Jada and I reached out to both of them," Smith, 40, tells Extra. "If it's help they need, then let's get it right." Smith says that the best support right now may be to step back. Brown, 19, is under police investigation in Los Angeles for allegedly beating Rihanna, 20, early last Sunday morning. "This is a time where they need to be left alone and if they have things they need to work out, work it out," Smith says, urging the public to wait until all the facts are in. "People should take a minute before they jump on it and judge," he tells Extra. "We don't know nothing. If there are mistakes people make, then they should be willing to live up to the mistakes and do whatever penance they need to do. I don't think it's up to us, specifically the media, with such a fast hand to try to chop someone's head off."
  10. Independence Day, Men in Black, Enemy of the State, BB2
  11. Cool or not...I don't want to see Will in BB3 when is 50 years old ...thats kinda weird..now or never! :stickpoke:
  12. Hancock was whack, but I am Legend except the ending was great! He should make Bad Boys 3, he is already 40 years old...this might be the last chance to realise it!
  13. http://www.allhiphop.com/stories/news/arch...1/20825387.aspx By Remmie Fresh Rakim, one of the legends of Hip-Hop, has attributed the lack of balance and possible death on Hip-Hop to his hometown of New York. Rakim made the proclamation about New York in an interview with Jenny Boom Boom of Hot 93.7 in Connecticut. “There is a certain realm of Hip-Hop [that is missing] and you might have to blame that on New York,” Rakim said. “New York is responsible for bringing that raw, that real gritty Hip-Hop, because we originated it.” He said there was hope, if the region got back to the staple sound that hit its zenith in the 80’s and 90’s. “New York and the East Coast, we gotta represent and do our part. And it’s OK for everybody else to do what they do. Then it will be a balance and everybody’ll be happy.” Nevertheless, the pioneering rap artist remained optimistic about the future for the genre. “I’m feeling good [and] optimistic and I’m hoping people understand that power that Hip-Hop got. I hope everybody understands the time we in right now, and I hope everybody wanna make some good music and keep Hip-Hop alive.” Rakim was hard pressed to pinpoint a savior to return rap to the Golden Era, but he said that it could happen through a unified movement.
  14. Do you got confirmed numbers of the marketing costs for 7 pounds?
  15. Domestic Total as of Jan. 25, 2009: $69,951,824 Distributor: Sony / Columbia Release Date: December 19, 2008 Genre: Drama Running Time: 1 hrs. 58 min. MPAA Rating: PG-13 Production Budget: $55 million Domestic: $69,951,824 53.8% + Foreign: $60,082,648 46.2% = Worldwide: $130,034,472 Not bad at all! :wickedwisdom: http://www.boxofficemojo.com/movies/?id=sevenpounds.htm
  16. I don't care about the critics or the oscars! Al Pacino made the performance of his life in Godfather 1 and 2, the movie he got an oscar was for Scent of a Woman. Same goes for Denzel his best performance was as Malcolm X, but he did get one for training day. I think Will's master plan looks like this: :wiggle: Bad Boys 3/I am Legend Prequel The Last Pharaoh Untitled Project with Danny Boyle
  17. I hope he makes Bad Boys 3, because thats what people want to see!
  18. I am pretty sure that he will do a couple of blockbuster movies after this and then a drama again. I am pretty sure the director of the movie will be Danny Boyle, the director of slumdog millionaire! :wiggle:
  19. WWW was a flop although it made above 200 mill. I think Seven Pounds is the second best performance of Will as an actor after POH. Dramas usually perform less than blockbusters! But it made less money than most people thought!
  20. Thats true! I hope he gives one day an explanation for that. lol
  21. And Will's worst movie on boxoffice,did better than Spike's most successful. I would love to see Will in a Clint Eastwood, Martin Scorcese movie rather than Spike!
  22. Will can work with bigger names then Spike Lee! :wiggle: Also a punch was that Spike Lees movie flopped really hard.
  23. I would love to see Will in a movie where he plays a villain. And I am sure if he does it well, he will get an oscar just like Denzel for Training Day!
  24. I am hoping that he does The Last Pharaoh or BB3, because after the drama Seven Pounds...I wanna see in some good blockbuster movies again.
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