A "Blood" tattoo on your hand doesn't make you a Blood ... so says bona fide Blood member The Game, who tells TMZ Aaron Hernandez is definitely not a member of his beloved street gang. Game was leaving Tru in Hollywood last night -- with TWO giant gold chains around his neck -- when we asked the rapper behind the hits, "It's Okay (One Blood)" and "Red Nation" how he felt about the former New England Patriots star's connection to the Bloods. "Aaron Hernandez ain't no Blood man ... n**ga killed his sister's husband, what the f**k??" Game says there is a way for Aaron to BECOME a Blood -- but it involves being "packed out" by the rapper and his crew. ... and if you wanna know what being "packed out" means, watch Game describe it in the clip. … [Read more...] about The Game — Aaron Hernandez Ain’t No BLOOD!
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What are you up to, Fancy Face? Those of the words of Bo Brady, who’s joining the action in chapter 2 of Days of Our Lives: Beyond Salem beginning July 11. Peter Reckell (Bo) and Kristian Alfonso (Hope Williams Brady) are reprising their super-couple roles in the next evolution of the DOOL spinoff designed especially for Peacock. Speaking of uber-unions, DOOL faves Steve (Stephen Nicholas) and Kayla (Mary Beth Evans) make a surprise visit to their children in Seattle, while private eye John Black (Drake Hogestyn) travels to San Francisco to see his son, Paul (Christopher Sean). Meanwhile, new parents Ben (Robert Scott Wilson) and Ciara (Victoria Konefal) meet up with Hope in Montreal. Over five episodes, reunions and mysteries ensue! Also joining Chapter 2 are Eileen Davidson as Kristen DiMera, Deidre Hall as Dr. Marlena Evans, Steve Burton as Harris Michaels, Lucas Adams as Tripp Johnson, Camila Banus as Gabi Hernandez, Loretta Devine as Angela, Vince Van … [Read more...] about ‘Beyond Salem’: Peacock Drops Official Trailer For Chapter 2
The National Association of Television Program Executives ( NATPE ) is moving its flagship January event from its long-time home in Miami 180 miles across the water to a new base in Nassau in the Bahamas . The plan, which many international execs have been aware of for several months, takes NATPE to the Bahamas Mar Resort and Conference Center from next year’s event, which takes place on January 17-19. This marks the first time NATPE will not take place on American soil. The Fontainebleau Hotel in Miami has been NATPE’s home since 2011, though the previous two editions have been held online due to the Covid pandemic. Prior to that it was held in Las Vegas and further back in cities such as New Orleans, LA, New York, Houston and San Francisco. NATPE President and CEO JP Bommel claimed moving to Nassau would ensure “cost efficiencies and safety measures” for delegates, though pricing wasn’t revealed today. “After many months of research and discussions with our … [Read more...] about NATPE Moving Flagship Event From Miami To The Bahamas From 2023
EXCLUSIVE : Greg Lauritano ( Big Gold Brick ) today announced the launch of his Brooklyn-based production company, Black Magic , at the same time offering details as to its upcoming slate. Lauritano is an indie producer who was behind Brian Petsos’ directorial debut, Big Gold Brick , starring Andy Garcia, Emory Cohen, Megan Fox, Lucy Hale and Oscar Isaac, which was released via Samuel Goldwyn Films and Arclight Films earlier this year. The producer’s new company is developing projects including stage and film adaptations of Englund’s book The Way It’s Never Been Done Before , in which he reminisces on his friendship with Marlon Brando. Black Magic has also optioned Kelly Gardiner’s Goddess —a gender-bending novel about a swashbuckling female opera singer and fencer in France, which is to be adapted into a limited series with Vera Bulder and Clara McGregor’s Deux Dames Entertainment. “After almost a decade in the industry, I am pleased to be launching my own … [Read more...] about ‘Big Gold Brick’ Producer Greg Lauritano Launches Black Magic Banner
Scandal, drugs, assault, outright crime — American voters have learned to forgive all of these. But historically, there’s been one thing that no politician returns from: mental illness. No one knew that better than Jason Kander, a former Army Captain who returned from Afghanistan and immediately began a meteoric political ascent, one that took him from the Missouri House of Representatives at the age of 27 to the first name on Barack Obama’s lips when he was asked in 2017 who he saw as the future of the Democratic party. Pollsters polled, cameras flashed, tv interview requests came flooding in. Jason’s star got shinier and shinier. At night, though, when his world grew quiet, Jason was unable to sleep for fear of paralyzing nightmares. He was on high alert every waking minute, and increasingly distant from his wife and infant son. Like many vets, Jason had left the war, but the war hadn’t left him. He didn’t want to believe he was suffering from PTSD because he had never heard of … [Read more...] about Jason Kander Was a Rising Star in the Democratic Party. Then He Went on Suicide Watch