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Ron Burgundy and Kanye West could cross paths in the upcoming "Anchorman" sequel. "Access Atlanta" says the rapper was spotted filming a cameo for "Anchorman 2" in downtown Atlanta this week.
Not much is known about the scene except source accounts of a big fight in the midst of Woodruff Park.
Adding to the cameo-packed comedy, E! News says former "Saturday Night Live" stars Tina Fey and Amy Poehler were also seen at the park. Harrison Ford and Kristen Wiig were previously announced as cast additions.
Will Smith, Liam Neeson, Nicole Kidman, Jim Carey and Jane Lynch are also rumored to be making appearances in the film.
Will Ferrell reprises his role as self-absorbed, moustachioed newsman Ron Burgundy in "Anchorman 2." The movie opens nationwide on December 20th.
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Welders have just finished installing the spire atop One World Trade Center in lower Manhattan. The installation of the 408-foot spire officially makes it the tallest building in the western hemisphere. The tower located at the northwest corner of the World Trade Center site now stands a total of 1776 feet, in honor of the year America signed the Declaration of Independence.
Boxing has often been compared to ballet or dance for men … in some sort of way or another.
Maybe it was in a poem once. At any rate, multi-talented performer, Usher has been recruited to play the role of Sugar Ray Leonard in “Hands of Stone,” a new film about another fighter, Roberto Duran.
Usher told the Associated Press that he’s been preparing to play the fighter with fast hands, smooth feet and a wide smile – for more than a year and still needs to lose nearly 25 pounds before shooting begins in October.
He also suggested that his dancing skills will come in handy as he captures the movement of the boxing giant.
“You couldn’t find a more stylized boxer than Sugar Ray Leonard,” Usher said by telephone. “He was an incredible motion guy, the way he moved around the ring, and I think my dancing will make it easier for me to pick up his moves. I’ve been working on familiarizing myself with the ring, sparring and just understanding how to move in the ring.”
Also as part of his prep, he’s been studying the fighter through films and taking note of his passion and mental strength.
“I’m up for the challenge, and I’m looking forward to it,” he said. “I think my overall feeling is one of anticipation. It seems like this is a real passion project. It’s a film that everybody is so invested in, and I have the good fortune of having the character I’m playing still around.”
The cast also includes Robert De Niro as Duran’s Hall of Fame trainer, Ray Arcel. Edgar Ramirez, who was recently in “Zero Dark Thirty,” will play Duran.
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According to reports, Lauryn Hill has been sentenced to 3 months in prison for failing to pay taxes on about $1 million in earnings.
The Associated Press reports that in a statement to the judge, she expressed that she had the intention of paying the taxes, but due to a period of time where she wasn't involved with the music business, she was unable to. AP also reports that Hill had paid over $970,000 to satisfy state and federal tax liabilities, according to her attorney.
She has also been sentenced to 3 additional months of home confinement.
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Lauryn Hill has built a reputation of being one of those weird artists that kind of fade in and out of the industry.
Though her last (and only) solo album dropped in 1998, she’s still been active, making new music and challenging audiences world-wide at special live performances at Rock the Bells, Summer Jam and South Orange Performing Arts Center.
And guess, what? She’s got something new for you.
“Neurotic Society (Compulsory Mix),” a song that reminds listeners that she’s an excellent rapper as well as a soulful singer. The new Hill track is a cascade of words and rhyme, and consistent with most of her other rap songs, it’s both angry and beleaguered, says Tris McCall of The Star-Ledger.
The song is quite reminiscent of her sister in the industry, Erykah Badu, and her work on the “New Amerykah” album.
Check out the new track: