Are you ready to float? After months of anticipation, we return to Derry, Maine for our first look at the monster known as It. Playing the terrifying clown is Bill Skarsgard. For those concerned about the young actor living up to Tim Curry’s Penny wise, the Georgie scene might eliminate your fears.

It comes to theaters on September 8.

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The return of our favorite web-slinger draws closer. The second trailer for Spiderman: Homecoming is masterful in giving fans a clear look at the motivations of the franchise’s newest Spidey in Tom Holland.

We find out that young Spidey is continuing his mentorship under a wiser Tony Stark (Iron Man), who seeks to prevent his apprentice from repeating the mistakes he himself made in Civil War. Spiderman’s first test comes from the ruthless Vulture (Michael Keaton), who threatens everything Spidey holds dear and forces the teenager to grow up quickly.

Homecoming hits theaters on July 7.

[Video] 2 Days: Vasyl Lomachenko

Posted: March 28, 2017 by Ismael AbduSalaam in Fight News
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On this edition of HBO’s 2 Days, the documentary series gives us a behind the scenes look at Vasyl Lomachenko’s dominating win over Nicholas Walters last November. Lomachenko returns to the ring on April 8 against Jason Sosa.

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Justice for all! The long-awaited trailer for Justice League is here. Heavy emphasis is placed on the newcomers to the DC cinematic universe, namely Aquaman, Cyborg and the Flash.

The tone and look of the movie will give you flashbacks of Suicide Squad, which can be good or terrible depending on your stance on that film. Trendy music and jokes aboundΒ so the success of Justice League will come down to how well they pace the new character origins against the looming threat of Darkseid and his minions. And perhaps most importantly, it looks like we’re finally getting a project where Aquaman gets some god damned respect!

The absence of Superman looms large, but it’s hard to imagine we don’t see the the team’s flagship leader resurrected (note the Lois Lane appearance). All questions get answered in November.

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J. Cole and HBO have joined forces to announce 4 Your Eyez Only: A Dreamville Film. The documentary will follow Cole as he explores the country and interacts with people from neighborhoods in Atlanta, Baton Rouge, Ferguson and his native Fayetteville. The project will also be interspersed with Cole performances from his recent tour. The film airs on April 15 at 10 p.m. ET.

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I don’t know if we should be impressed or saddened by the fact Iggy Azalea’s twerking skills are on par with Nicki Minaj’s. Nonetheless, the Australian star puts her biggest asset on display throughout her new video for “Mo Bounce.” Fellas, don’t forget the mute button is an option.

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Timing is everything in this game. Within the last three months, we’ve seen powerhouse releases from all the elites in the game: J Cole, Big Sean, Future and now Drake. Instead of letting the hype and excitement from Drake’s More Life simmer down, Kendrick Lamar has boldly announced an April 7 date for his new album, and dropped the confrontational “The Heart IV.”

So who is Kendrick going at on this track? Let’s do some quick detective work.

My fans can’t wait for me to son ya punk ass and crush your whole lil shit
I’ll Big Pun ya punk ass, you a scared little bitch
Tiptoein’ around my name, nigga ya lame
And when I get at you homie don’t you just tell me you was just playin’
Oh I was just playin’ with you K-Dot, c’mon
You know a nigga rock with you, bro

Shut the fuck up, you sound like the last nigga I know
Might end up like the last nigga I know

The second verse pulls no punches out the gate. Sure, this could be about Drake since the two have been trading subliminal shots for years and fans definitely want to see the two rap heavyweights go at it. However, Big Sean’s “No More Interviews,” which dropped last year and ridiculed Kendrick’s rhyme style, would seem to be the more likely target for most of the bars with the last two lines alluding to his Cold War with Drake.

Β Hoe, Jay Z Hall of Fame, sit your punk ass down (sit yo’ punk ass down)
So that means you ain’t bigger than rapping (what else?)
So that means no more playing the backseats (what else?)
My spot is solidified if you ask me (what else?)
My name is identified as “that king”
I’ll let y’all worry about a list, I’m on some other shit
A difference between accomplishments and astonishments
You know what time it is, ante up, this is in forever
Y’all got till April the 7th to get ya’ll shit together

Considering Sean has an album called Hall of Fame, this appears to be another obvious shot. However, Drake has exchanged a few shots with Jay Z in recent years, and this line could also function as a reminder to the OVO leader that he will never be on Hov’s level. The remaining bars, much like “Control,” serve to remind the rest of the game that Kendrick remains committed to murdering all his competition.

April 7 is going to be a fun listening experience… unless you’re one of K-Dot’s peers.