It’s said that we should ask if we are to recieve, and Televangelist, Creflo Dollar has done exactly that by insisting that his followers donate $300 each towards his goal of $65 million to purchase a new private jet. How’s that for preaching the word? Above, is the full legnth video presentation from Creflo Dollar and his ministries.
Real estate investor, Robert Durst just might be found guilty of murder this time around if the jury decides to convict him based on The Jinx: Life & Deaths of Robert Durst, a document-series that airs on HBO. That, in all actuality, could be grounds for a dismissal of evidence, and even more, or the entire case altogether, because a jurors obligation to fairly rule upon a verdict means that they haven’t been influenced by outside factors. HBO’s docu-series, although groundbreaking and entertaining, is an outside factor. A juror could easily be swayed by the entertainment of the show and in turn to return a verdict that leans one way or another due to it. Granted, Robert Durst just might be guilty. However, the question begs: Can Robert Durst be tried by an audio admission that he made while filming a TV show that, whether we want to agree or not, was meant in part, for entertainment? Wouldn’t that mean that we should start looking into trying some of our favorite sit-com and reality show stars for the things said and done on TV, in a court of law?
May 2nd will inarguably be boxing’s biggest fight payday as the champion Floyd Mayweather Jr. steps into the ring at the MGM Grand Garden Arena in Las Vegas as the favorite against contender, Manny Pacquiao. The purse for the night is set to at least $200 million, with Floyd to earn 60% whether he wins or loses. Who’s your money on?
First Lady, Michelle Obama has been busy with her “Let’s Move” campaign, geared at keeping youngsters active. When she appeared on the Ellen Show with Ellen DeGeneres, there was a dance off this time. Check out the First Lady and the comedianne busting some moves to “Uptown Funk” by Bruno Mars (below).
As if you didn’t know that the songs on the show were just as good as the show itself, we’ve got a hold of the soundtrack for you to hear it HERE. Just press play (to the right of the page) and enjoy the entire soundtrack of Season One to FOX TV‘s hit show, Empire, directed by Lee Daniels. Thank us later.
Finally, the story of the worlds most dangerous and contraversial Hip Hop group will make it to the big screen this year. Directed by F. Gary Gray and with help from original group members, Ice Cube, Dr. Dre and DJ Yella along with Ice Cube’s son playing the part as Cube, this can’t miss. Other members the Compton, California based rap group, of NWA included founder, Easy E, who died from complications due to AIDS in 1995 and MC Ren. Dr. Dre, who just became the richest Hip Hop entertainer in the history of Hip Hop thus far, took to Instagram with news of the release date, so its confirmed for this August. We can’t wait!
True gems aren’t found in clear view, but somewhere buried amongst all the dirt that surrounds it. That sounds something like a line that would be uttered from Rafe, the wise, courageous and righteous robber character in the newly popular web series, Money & Violence. A true gem is exactly what Money & Violence is, as it addresses what Motivation (whom also plays Rafe), the creator, director and writer aims to expose in his depiction of “the new Brooklyn“. Shot with one camera and a boom mic, Motivation took his own motivation and a few friends without any acting experience from Brooklyn a long way to some 3 million plus views on Youtube and its parent site, Cloud9TV. All this and he’d never been behind a camera nor had any training in film editing.
As the mainstream public is now just getting acquainted with the cast and their personalities, the world awaits the season finale of Money & Violence, and the question begs to know whats next for Motivation, his team and the M&V franchise/series. Here at STEEL Magazine, we’d bet our last dollar on a major network outlet’s interest real soon. Either that or Rafe and crew just might have another “job” on their hands.
Trailer below, but See ALL the episodes of MONEY & VIOLENCE HERE
Hollywood seems to be making the US government upset with what has been hitting the big screen and tv lately. But in the wake of the Sony Email Hacking Scandal, there’s one particular movie that’s gotten a group of hackers that goes by the name of ‘The Guardians of Peace’, all bent out of shape. This Christmas, Seth Rogan and James Franco are set to star in ‘The Interview’, a comedy that puts the actors in a situation to assassinate the North Korean leader, Kim Jong-Un. As a result of making the North Korean leader the butt of the joke, it has been speculated that the Terrorist group (GOTP) has origins in North Korea and have issued terror warnings to major theater chains across America to not premiere the movie or else suffer bombings, etc. Immediately, theater owners made the decision to not show the comedy premiere, but the regular showing of the movie’s opening night remains to be Christmas Day, December 25th. It’s said that Sony stands to lose more than $100 million by not releasing the movie on its planned date. Could this be a marketing ploy to build up anticipation? Does Guardians of the Peace really exist, from a terroristic point of view? Does The North Korean leader, Kim Jung-Un really care? And why hasn’t Sony yet opted to partner with Netflix to stream the movie on its said release date?
Just something to ponder as we wish upon a star, that we were gifted with the opportunity to see what seems to be a potentially great movie. The Interview. Happy holidays…still.