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Author Kevin Powell Files Lawsuit Against “All Eyez On Me” Creator

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Well known Hip Hop Journalist/Author Kevin Powell has filed a federal lawsuit against the creators of the Tupac Shakur biopic, “All Eyez On Me”, which he says relies on interviews he conducted.

Some of the articles in were published in Vibe Magazine around the mid-’90s and focused on Tupac’s civil rights and gangster rap movement. Sources say, according to the suit, All Eyez On Me‘s executive producer L.T. Hutton did an interview earlier this month where he admitted he looked at “all of the interviews” with the late Hip Hop luminary to make the movie.

Powell is reportedly pursuing to immediately block the film from playing in theaters and be rewarded. Despite mixed reactions from fans and critics alike, “All Eyez On Me”. However, in its first week the movie earned an estimated $27 million its opening weekend and landed at #3 on the box office charts. Stay Tuned In…

2Pac Biopic Coming 2017

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Fans anticipating the biopic for late rapper Tupac “2Pac” Shakur can finally rejoice after a release date for the film was unveiled. The upcoming All Eyez On Me, the film will debut on June 16, 2017, which would have been 2Pac’s 46th birthday.

Actor Dom Santana, who plays the imposing Suge Knight, took to Instagram to reveal some details surrounding the film’s debut. Stay Tuned In…

Major Move: Ludacris Opens Restaurant In Atlanta Airport

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Ludacris has made his Chicken -N- Beer album a Chicken and Beer restaurant that opened today at Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport in his hometown of Atlanta.

“It took me three years, but it’s finally coming to fruition,” Luda says in an Instagram video as he tours the spot. “Anything that’s worth waiting for is worth having. I seen it come from my third album “Chicken & Beer”, triple-platinum album all the way to a restaurant.”

Everyone can visit the Chicken and Beer restaurant at Concourse D while they are traveling through the ATL.

Common To Star In and Produce “Cooley High”

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Seth Rosenfeld, who served as writer for the film Sunset Park and several episodes of HBO’s How To Make It In America, will write the script.

The Chicago wordsmith’s Freedom Road Productions is on board, as is Franklin Entertainment and Flame Ventures.

The coming-of-age flick, which originally starred Glynn Turman and Lawrence Hilton-Jacobs, tells the story of a group of high school seniors in Chicago. As a comedic drama, Cooley High touched on a number of heavy topics, including gang violence and education in the black community.

It is currently unclear what role Common will take on in the Cooley High remake.