The Grand Theft Auto franchise continues to make billions of dollars, which is one reason it’s no surprise that Rockstar Games has announced that it’s developing yet another game – Grand Theft Auto 6.
Company president Leslie Benzies explained, “We’ve got about 45 years worth of ideas we want to do. We don’t know what GTA 6 will be, but we’ve got some ideas.”
Since the game is currently in development, now is the time to send them your suggestions. Do any bright ideas come to mind?
Kevin Hart, who has been a mainstay at the NBA All-Star festivities, will return for his fourth All-Star Celebrity Game.
The diminutive funnyman is looking to win his fourth-straight MVP award at next week's game in New York. The star-studded lineup also includes Nick Cannon, Common, Anthony Anderson, Angel Elgort (Divergent), Chadwick Boseman (Get On Up, 42), Arcade Fire frontman Win Butler and Little League pitching phenom Mo'ne Davis. The teams will be coached by Spike Lee and Knicks star Carmelo Anthony. The game will air live on February 13th at 7 p.m. [ET] on ESPN.
Marvel Studios President Kevin Feige announced that part of “Phase 3″ for the Marvel Cinematic Universe projects will include the introduction of the first Black superhero, Black Panther.
Most people look forward to their 21st birthday, but North West is really going to have a reason to celebrate that milestone. According to HollywoodLife, Kanye West has put together a $10 million trust fund that North will receive when she turns 21 in June 2034. Kanye and wife Kim Kardashian have reportedly each put $5 million into the fund.
"He's trying to set Nori up where she won't have to work a day in her life," says a source. "He wants her to create, innovate and leave her mark on this world."
The source adds that, despite the huge outlay for North, Kanye had no problem turning down $4.5 million he was reportedly offered for a run in Las Vegas, saying Kanye considered the money "chump change."