I always found Kristen Stewart’s interview style to be endearing. Despite being famous since she was a child, it seems like she hasn’t gotten used to talking about herself in interviews, punctuating most sentences with “ums” and “ahs.” This gives me hope that awkward people can be famous. Win. Plus, it’s nice that she doesn’t spew out the same media-approved spins that most famous people do.
stopped by hobbled to Jimmy Kimmel Live! to promote her new movie Snow White and the Huntsman, which comes out on June 1. She was wearing (what else?) a dorky red sweater and sneakers and was limping because she accidentally stepped on a nail while doing a Breaking Dawn reshoot. She promised the injury wasn’t an elaborate ploy to wear flats.
Stewart talked about seeing Hologram Tupac right up close with her friends at Coachella. While she was hanging with Katy Perry (just hanging, no biggie) the popstar decided she wanted to sit up front — and you’d best know what Katy Perry wants, she gets. Kristen Stewart and Katy Perry parted the crowd like Moses to get to the coveted spot. Guess that’s a story for the grandkids.
She also said that saying goodbye to Twilight’s Bella Cullen wasn’t so hard, because she had to do it three times round after multiple reshoots — they didn’t even throw a wrap party the last time round. “I’ve done it three times,” she admitted.
Watch the interview here:
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You aren’t going insane, that is Tupac Shakur (below) performing at Coachella this past weekend. Tupac rose from the dead on Sunday night as a HOLOGRAM! How cool is that?
It’s often prophesied that the rapper, who died in 1996, will return to the stage and that became a reality when he performed with Snoop Dogg.
Apparently the crowd went wild and we can see why. He look incredibly convincing, so much so, that the ending will keep haunting us.
So what will he do next? Apparently there’s already a Twitter account floating around.
Watch it below:
Tupac’s estate is now in talks with a buyer who wants the rights to the song playing in the Tupac sex tape which was recently released.
TMZ reports NOHO anti-hangover drink has offered $1,000,000 for the rights, and they haven’t even heard the song. Although NOHO hasn’t heard the song, they figure it must be good if it’s a Tupac track.
One problem – someone else has possession of the sex tape which contains the song so the estate can’t sell the rights. However, if they can’t get access to the tape to identify the song, the estate is willing to work out a deal for another unreleased Tupac track.
The Tupac sex tape saga continues……
A $1,000,000 offer has been made for Tupac’s sex tape, but it’s just for the music in the background.
TMZ is reporting the CEO of NOHO (the anti-hangover drink) has made the bid for the music, and he hasn’t even heard the track yet. He intends to make the track the official song of NOHO.
Does an unreleased Tupac track want to make you buy NOHO?
In case you think the story is a hoax, you can see above Tupac’s sex tape is real. TMZ has provided screenshots of the now legendary tape.
As we reported earlier, the tape was filmed in 1991 at a house party. During the video, Tupac receives oral sex from a woman as he raps in front of a group of people.
Now there is a bidding war by two porn companies to get hold of the tape. Adult website YouPorn has already made a $150,000 offer for the footage, according to its founder Corey Price.
A sex tape from 1991 featuring Tupac has suddenly surfaced. The video shows Tupac rapping to a group of people as he is blown by a woman.
TMZ reports the video starts off with a bunch of groupies in a room at a house party. Tupac walks in with his pants around his ankles and without a shirt.
A woman begins giving him oral sex while he raps an unreleased song.
As the tape ends, it looks like Tupac is getting ready to have sex with the woman.
The man who owns the tape is looking to sell it.
A convicted felon is claiming he shot and robbed rapper Tupac Shakur, reports CTV.
New York City police have begun investigating the online posting, which was posted on the website AllHipHop.com.
The posted claims he was paid $2,500 by another hip hop mogul to rob Shakur outside a studio in Manhattan in 1994, where Tupac suffered gunshot wounds but eventually recovered. He was later killed in 1996 by an unknown killer.
Police are trying to determine if the post is truthful and plan on interviewing the prisoner.
“Now I would like to clear up a few things, because the statute of limitations is over, and no one can be charged, and I’m just plain tired of listening to your lies,” the man says in the posting. ”I still have as proof the chain we took in the robbery.”
This may be a publicity stunt, or simply a confession that’s been eating him up on the inside. Either way, we won’t know if it’s true or not until the police investigate. Just a couple of weeks ago, a fake story was posted claiming Tupac is still alive, so you never know with these stories.
A fake news story claiming that rapper Tupac is still alive was posted on PBS’ website on Monday, reports Billboard.
Hackers apparently got into the network’s website and posted a fake story claiming the dead rapper, full name Tupac Amaru Shakur, was alive in New Zealand.
Many still believe Tupac is still alive, refusing to believe he is dead, so obviously the story came with some major attention. Way to fuel the conspiracy theorists, hackers.
PBS confirmed Monday that the website had been hacked and the story was removed later that morning. It had been posted on the ‘PBS NewsHour’ program website.
The program later released a tweet, saying “If you missed it: our site has been accessed by hackers. Thanks for staying with us.”
The hackers is a group apparently called ‘LulzSec,’ or ‘The Lulz Boat’ on Twitter. The group claims they are responsible for the act, and even posted a video which taunts the network.
As much as I do not condone this kind of action, I must say, the hackers were smart in getting the attention of the public. There are so many conspiracy theorists out there who still believe Tupac is alive, so posting a story claiming he’s alive is one of the smartest things I’ve ever heard of. Not that I condone it.
Rapper Tupac Shakur’s only screenplay ever made will be turned into a film, reports MTV News.
A notorious double threat, Tupac produced platinum albums and singles and also earned notices for his acting in films such as “Juice” and “Poetic Justice.”
But the notorious rapper, who studied acting, poetry, jazz and ballet while performing in Shakespearean plays at the Baltimore School for the Arts as a teenager, not only acted in plays and movies, he also apparently wrote them.
Now, the rights to the only full screenplay Shakur wrote while he was in jail, titled “Live 2 Tell,” have been acquired by a production company that plans to start filming the movie next year.
One of the producers Preston Holmes has collaborated with Shakur’s mother, Afeni, on the 2003 documentary “Tupac: Resurrection” and Afeni will be an executive producer on the $11 million project as well.
The script is described as the story of a teenage drug dealer and his struggles to leave a life of crime. It was written by Shakur while he served an 11-month sentence on sexual assault charges.
“This kid was a genius, and the net of it is, he was from this community, he knew the struggles these young people were dealing with,” said Ivan Juzang, whose NStar Studios was behind the acquisition of the screenplay. “And he’s able to talk to young people in 2011, 2012, the same way he was able to talk to young people in 1995.” Holmes had originally contacted Shakur about the script when the rapper was still behind bars.
“We think that the name we need is the name we have, which is Tupac Shakur,” Holmes said.
This is the second attempt at making the film. The script was first optioned more than five years ago by the Insomnia Media Group and was slated to start production in March 2006. No casting for that version was ever confirmed.
I think this is a nice ode to Tupac’s work – the man had some serious talent, and it’s nice to be shared.
The editor of the LA Times announced today that the paper would be conducting an investigation into the alleged involvement of P.Diddy in Tupac Shakur’s 1994 murder, ew.com reports.
The Times printed a story last week, which referenced FBI documents, which liked the two rap stars. Later on in the week, the Smoking Gun website printed information that the documents were forgeries.
“Questions have been raised about the authenticity of documents that we relied on for a story on the assault of Tupac Shakur in New York. We are taking this very seriously and have begun our own investigation,” Russ Stanton, editor of the Times, said in a statement.
P.Diddy has called the allegations completely false.