Thursday, January 9, 2020

Will Smith & Martin Lawrence Ride Again in the Highly Anticipated "Bad Boys for Life"

After a wait of more than 15 years, Will Smith and Martin Lawrence will finally be seen back together again in Bad Boys for Life.

The third movie sees the duo reprise their roles as Detectives Lowrey (Smith) and Burnett (Lawrence), & in a new interview, they've reflected on reuniting and returning to their breakout roles.

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Martin Lawrence Dismisses Past Tisha Campbell Lawsuit As "Bullshit"

Martin Lawrence has denied Tisha Campbell’s sexual harassment lawsuit caused the cancellation of their hit show Martin and called her past claims “bullshit.”

While on the promotional run for his upcoming film Bad Boys For Life Lawrence addressed his former co-star’s suit in an interview with GQ.

“None of that was true,” he said. “It was all a lot of bullshit. Just whoever’s side it was, it was bullshit.”

Campbell sued her onscreen husband for sexual harassment in January 1997, claiming she’d experienced “obsessive” physical and emotional harm. Lawrence denied all allegations, and the suit was settled a few months later.

Many believed Campbell’s contentious suit was the reason Martin ended in its fifth season, but Lawrence refuted this notion.

“So I just decided to walk away from the show,” he stated. “I just decided to end it. People said that I got canceled but that wasn’t the case. I decided to just leave the show.”

Two decades after the series ended, Lawrence and Campbell sparked rumors of a Martin reboot when they were spotted together in Burbank, California in 2018.

“I love Tisha,” Lawrence said of their relationship. “I’ve seen her then and now, now and then, always with nothing but love. I have nothing but love for her, and I always have.”

Ozzy Osbourne and Sir Elton John Have Collaborated on a Song

The former Black Sabbath frontman's wife Sharon Osbourne has spilled that their 'I'm Still Standing' hitmaker friend is featured on an upcoming track with her husband, though she didn't say whether the tune is featured on Ozzy's upcoming solo LP 'Ordinary Man'.

Asked what the 'Crazy Train' hitmaker - who has been recovering after he was forced to postpone his 'No More Tours 2' shows, after being hospitalised with pneumonia and then suffering a fall in January - has coming up in 2020, Sharon told her co-host Carrie Ann Inaba on US chat show 'The Talk': "A lot of good things. Wellness.

"And to get back with his fans, to get doing what he loves, which is touring and being out there with his fans.

"And yes, there's new music, and it's great.

"True Detective" Actress Leven Rambin Joins "The Purge 5"

Count Hunger Games and True Detective actress Leven Rambin in for Blumhouse/Platinum Dunes/Universal’s untitled Purge 5 which is being directed by Everado Gout.

Universal is releasing the next chapter on July 10; the franchise having clocked well over $456M worldwide. The last movie, 2018’s The First Purge, became the highest grossing in the series, earning $137M WW. Series creator James DeMonaco is writing the fifth movie centering around America’s annual 12-hour lawless rampage. The Purge series on the USA network is in its second season.

Rambin recently starred opposite Chris Noth on WGN’s series Gone with previous appearances on Hulu series The Path and HBO’s 2015 edition of True Detective as Athena Bezzerides. Her feature credits include The Dirt, Lost Child, Hunger Games, Two Night Stand and Percy Jackson: Sea of Monsters.

Jason Blum, Man In A Tree duo DeMonaco and S├ębastien K. Lemercier, Platinum Dunes partners Michael Bay, Brad Fuller and Andrew Form are producing.

Levelz Spotlight: Introducing Mike Bocchetti

Meet Mike Bocchetti. Mike's been a comic and actor in New York City since 1992.  He starred in the film "The Family" with Robert De Niro, Michelle Pfeiffer and Tommy Lee Jones. Mike was also the announcer on the Artie Lange TV show on Direct TV. He's been on tons of Adult Swim episodes and was featured on a national Pepsi Cola commercial directed by Lee Daniels from the Fox hit series Empire.

In 2020, Mike's a co-host on Artie Lange's new podcast "Halfway House" on Spotify (it’s comedy but it’s also for people in recovery. Artie has been drug free 11 months and Mike will be sober for 23 years in March). Bocchetti's plan is to spread the word of recovery through the podcast & doing shows on the net. Many addicts have already reached out to say how much "Halfway House" has helped them,

Check out Mike on Artie Lange's Halfway House. He's hilarious and ready to take his career to another level in 2020!