It's time to take in your weekly dose of all the beauty and wonderment that is a countdown of the sexiest women on the internet. This week, we've got the Warcraft-obsessed Mila Kunis of That 70s Show and Family Guy and she is looking GOOD.
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With the Biggie Smalls movie Notorious a big hit in theaters over the weekend, we thought we’d take a look at another fallen hip hop icon, Tupac Shakur.
Yesterday's Freestyle 101 webisode featured lyrical legend Saafir spittin’ a mean off the top rhyme and chatting about his early days in the Bay Area. One thing we didn’t show you though was his lengthy discussion about living with Tupac early on in their career. Both rappers came out of Digital Underground and were introduced by member Money B. They quickly became roommates and friends, spending a great deal of time together hanging out, freestyling, eatin’, shootin’, pickin’ up on girls and all sorts of craziness. In this exclusive interview, Saafir reveals never-before heard stories about one of hip hop’s greatest soldiers. This is one you won’t wanna miss!
All day, we've been at press conferences here at CES 2009 in Las Vegas, and they've been getting larger and more intense as we've gone along, but, by far, the biggest of all of the first day events here is the keynote speech delivered by Steve Ballmer, the new CEO of Microsoft...otherwise known as the man who replaced Bill Gates.
There are a couple thousand people here, and a giant stage to be trod upon...so let's get to it.
6:30 PM - Our first guest? Marcus Fenix. At least, as a part of a full-screen video (and when I say full-screen, I mean, like five screens totalling about a tenth of a mile of video space) accompanied by a beatbox artist who, sadly, is not Mr. Ballmer. It's cool enough, but both these guys look like Turtle from Entourage. There is a hip-hop refrain that just goes "C-C-C-CES!" AWESOME!!!
The drama-plagued production of the comic-film adaptation of dark western, Jonah Hex may have a rare bit of optimistic news on their part. The on-again, off-again prospective star Josh Brolin has expressed in the past that his willingness to move forward with the project depends on the creative personnel who will be hired. Since that seemed to change every other week, there was a huge problem. However, in a recent interview, Brolin seemed to be a little more clear in his intentions. When director Jimmy Hayward (best known for animated Dr. Seuss adaptation Horton Hears a Who!) was named to fill the director's chair, Brolin seemed to be ecstatic with the selection, referring to him repeatedly as an "amazing, amazing guy" and that he will bring "brilliance" to the project.
So, it is looking likely that the project will be moving forward. Can they pull off the sleeper hit? They've got me curious, especially if he somehow gets to steal a little girl's bike like he did in The Goonies.
Hungry for news? Well, Layla is here to give your heart all it desires as well as some of that news. We'll talk about the Mars lander's final goodbye, Obama's change.gov gaffe, and how Will Smith's son Jaden will star in a 'Karate Kid' remake.