The first season of the series featured real-life rappers Joey Bada$$ as Inspectah Deck and Dave East as Method Man. Dave East will reprise his role, but Joey Bada$$ has been replaced by This Is Us and Watchmen actor Uyoata Udi. The first season centered on the crew’s history before the formation of the group; Season 2 will focus on the creation of Wu-Tang Clan’s debut LP Enter the Wu-Tang (36 Chambers).
Featuring rare footage of James’ incredible live shows, never-before-seen home video, original interviews with legendary artists, collaborators and friends, and a treasure trove of recorded interviews with James (who died in 2004), the documentary presents a full picture of James’ dramatic rise and fall, focusing in on the “Punk-Funk” music he left behind.
The trailer for the long-awaited “Venom” sequel is finally here — and so is the new villain Carnage. Viewers get a sneak peek at the red symbiote character from the comics, who was briefly introduced at the end of the first “Venom” film, released in 2018.
Dave gives us a sneak peak about the plot of season two. From what we know now, Dave, while maintaining some A-lit celebrity friendships, is struggling to work on his album for his label. There’s also a tease of the return of his ex-girlfriend. Can’t wait!
The first full trailer for the upcoming film Werewolves Within has dropped, offering a longer look at the wicked and wild horror-comedy from IFC Films. A snowstorm traps town residents together inside the local inn, where newly arrived forest ranger Finn and postal worker Cecily must try to keep the peace and uncover the truth behind a mysterious creature that has begun terrorizing the community.
Lil Dicky‘s hit tv series, Dave, will be one for the books. Lil Dicky shared the first ever season two trailer for the show, and it features a whole bunch of non-sensical calamity, drenched with high-production special effects. We’re only a few weeks away from the premiere, set for Wednesday, June 16. We can’t wait to see what he has in store for the second chapter of his story.
Fatherhood is a funny, emotional, and true heartwarming story that will have you grabbing for your tissues. The new film stars Hart as a widower that is taking on fatherhood. The film will arrive just in time for Father’s Day.
Netflix has officially debuted Yasuke, their new original anime show, which is scored entirely by one of our favorite artists, Flying Lotus. In a war-torn feudal Japan filled with mechs and magic, the greatest ronin never known, Yasuke, struggles to maintain a peaceful existence after a past life of violence. But when a local village becomes the center of social upheaval between warring daimyo, Yasuke must take up his sword and transport a mysterious child who is the target of dark forces and bloodthirsty warlords. Knowing that Flying Lotus is in charge of the entire soundtrack is enough to get us watching.
Watch the terrifying new trailer for A Quiet Place Part II. Following the deadly events at home, the Abbott family (Emily Blunt, Millicent Simmonds, Noah Jupe) must now face the terrors of the outside world as they continue their fight for survival in silence. Forced to venture into the unknown, they quickly realize that the creatures that hunt by sound are not the only threats that lurk beyond the sand path.
‘What Drives Us’ is an homage to the moment in every musician’s life when their commitment is tested and their desire to play music for others becomes an almost irrational act of blind faith.
“The Last Blockbuster” is a fun, nostalgic look back at the era of video rentals and the story of how one small town video store managed to outlast a corporate giant.
Exploring the rise and fall of one of the biggest corporate flameouts and venture capitalist bubbles in recent years – this is the story of WeWork and its hippie-messianic leader Adam Neumann who makes you beg the question, was he trying to create a cult?
It’s been a long time coming, but the first-ever estate-approved Notorious B.I.G documentary premiered on Netflix last night. Biggie: I Got A Story To Tell has been four years in the making, and if you haven’t watched it already, get some popcorn and blunts ready.
The trailer for the upcoming movie adaption of Mortal Kombat has finally dropped and we are beyond bloody excited! If you’re a fan of the insanely popular game, you’ll know how horrifically gory the graphics are and are probably wondering whether the movie accurately and tastefully reflects this element of the game… well, they absolutely nailed it!
Touted as the first feature film to be shot in Los Angeles during the outbreak, Songbird is a horror-thriller imagining the future of the coronavirus crisis. Produced by Michael Bay, the film finds the world stricken by the “COVID-23” virus, which has mutated and forced the population into a fourth year of lockdown.
The HBO Max event celebrates the 30th anniversary of the beloved sitcom and sees the main living cast — Alfonso Ribeiro (Carlton Banks), Daphne Maxwell Reid (the second actress who portrayed Aunt Viv), Karyn Parsons (Hilary Banks), Tatyana M. Ali (Ashley Banks), DJ Jazzy Jeff (Jazz) and Joseph Marcell (Geoffrey) — back on the Fresh Prince set. They look back at how they first got involved in the project, with Reid and Jazzy Jeff revealing they didn’t want to do the show in the first place. The group also touches on the impact of the late James Avery (Uncle Phil), and are surprised by the news that Smith also sat down/invited Janet Hubert, the original actress who portrayed Aunt Viv for the first three seasons but left with bad blood.
Creating a unique mix of punk, emo and trap, Lil Peep was set to bring a new musical genre to the mainstream when he died of a drug overdose at just 21 years old. From the streets of Los Angeles to studios in London and sold out tours in Russia, the artist born Gustav Ahr touched countless lives through his words, his sound and his very being.
As gloriously teased via an assortment of VHS tapes at a pop-up in Houston, Netflix is indeed in the Travis Scott business.Later this month, the streaming platform will release the documentary Look Mom I Can Fly, which chronicles highlights from La Flame’s blockbuster ASTROWORLD era as well as looks back at how he got there. As the back cover of the VHS informed us, the doc includes never-before-seen ASTROWORLD studio footage, as well as clips from Scott’s “early fatherhood” and the development of his Cactus Jack label.
Academy Award nominee Eddie Murphy portrays real-life legend Rudy Ray Moore, a comedy and rap pioneer who proved naysayers wrong when his hilarious, obscene, kung-fu fighting alter ego, Dolemite, became a 1970s Blaxploitation phenomenon. “Dolemite is my name, and f—– up m—-f—- is my game,” the NSFW trailer shows Murphy’s Rudy Ray Moore saying.
PBS American Experience takes an authentic look at the infamous Woodstock Music Festival in a historical documentary of the same name. The concert was held over a three-days in 1969 and was a gathering of almost 400,000 people in upstate New York during a time of extreme civil unrest and political upheaval. Despite the fact that the concert wasn’t fully licensed, the weather was bad and people got sick, the event was of significant import as it defined the generation as it was happening.