Ep. 143 - Are People Making Way Too Much Out Of Cardi B's WAP?
1. From BET.com Cardi B and Megan Thee Stallion’s new single and video “WAP” lit the internet on fire yesterday, with millions of fans cheering the collaboration. Of course, there were others who decided to drag out ancient complaints over what women should rap about and what they shouldn’t. Cardi B took to twitter to say “First of all, I rap about p-word because she my best friend, and second of all it’s because it seems like that’s what people wanna hear. I ain’t even gonna front because let me tell you something: when I did ‘Be Careful,’ people was talking mad s**t in the beginning like, ‘What the f**k is this? So it’s like if that’s what people aren’t trying to hear then alright, I’m going to start rapping about my p***y again.” Chris what did you think about the video and the response?
2. Well, according to ET Online We all should get ready to call Zac Efron "daddy!" The 32-year-old actor is set to star in a remake of Three Men and a Baby intended for Disney+, multiple outlets report. Although the remake has yet to set a director, The Hollywood Reporter, which was first to break the news, reports that Will Reichel has written the script, while Gordon Gray (The Rookie, The Way Back) will be producing it. The original 1987 hit comedy, based on the French film Trois hommes et un couffin (Three Men and a Cradle), followed the story of a group of bachelors (Tom Selleck, Steve Guttenberg and Ted Danson) living together in New York City. Their lives changed abruptly, however, when a baby girl fathered by one of the men unexpectedly shows up at their doorstep. A sequel, Three Men and a Little Lady, followed in 1990. What do you remember about this film and are you looking forward to this remake?
3. The new trailer for "Saved by the Bell" that will be streaming on Peacock takes us further back to Bayside High School, with new students at its center and familiar faces Mario Lopez and Elizabeth Berkley, who played AC Slater and Jessie Spano on the original series. The Max, the restaurant featured in the show, also cameos in the trailer. It's among several callback moments. In one scene previewed, Spano, who works at the school, shares words of caution about the use of caffeine pills -- a reference to a memorable storyline involving the character and a much-memed moment.
4. This week an announcement for Tron 3’s hiring of Garth Davis to direct, it was mentioned that the most recent draft written by Jessie Wigutow is still the one that’s currently in circulation – the one that was initially planned as a sequel for Tron: Legacy and was developing under the title Tron: Ascension. Wigutow has been associated with this potential Tron sequel for quite some time now. It also seems that Jared Leto is the confirmed lead in the film. What that means exactly isn't entirely clear. it’s been reported that Disney scrapped the chances of a direct sequel, we might not be seeing this happen with most of, if not any, of the leads from Tron: Legacy, a.k.a. Garrett Hedlund and Olivia Wilde. So the question is what does it all mean?