This is a short featurette on the upcoming Warner Bros. Pictures film, Lottery Ticket, starring Bow Wow and Ice Cube. Kevin Carson (Bow Wow), a young man living in the projects, wins $370 million in a nationwide lottery. When his opportunistic neighbors discover he has the winning ticket in his possession, Kevin must survive their greedy and sometimes even threatening actions over a three—day holiday weekend before he can claim his prize. Drops August… Continue
According to Amazon, Ice Cube’s I Am The West will now be released on September 24th. I am reluctant to take this seriously because we all know that they aren’t the most reliable source when it comes to release dates.
Ice Cube recently spoke to Vibe about his new sitcom Are We There Yet (on TBS every Wednesday at 9ET), reuniting with Dr. Dre, his greatest concert moment at the Apollo, and his upcoming album I Am The West.
Ice Cube talks to Vibe about his sitcom Are We There Yet (acting), reuniting with Dr. Dre, his greatest concert moment at the Apollo, and his upcoming album I Am The West. Hit the jump to check out part two of the interview.…
Earlier this June, Ice Cube's TBS show "Are We There Yet?" -- based off the 2005 film of the same name -- debut. It revolves around a family adjusting to the new addition of the matriarch's new husband and trying to deal with normal family situations. It stars Coy Stewart, Essence Atkins, Terry Crews, Teala Dunn, as well as Cube. It airs on TBS on Wednesdays at 9/8 p.m. C.
With a new television series and album in tow, Ice Cube’s got a lot on his plate these days. And this summer, he begins filming his next movie Rampart. The film stars him as a Los Angeles detective investigating a corrupt cop. Ironically, this is the same guy that recorded “Fuck Tha Police” two decades ago. But Cube isn’t bothered by the role. He tells Rap Radar that it’s all in a day’s work.
“Movies aren’t real. Basically comes out… Continue
Ice Cube is teaming up with Woody Harrelson and Ben Foster in the new film Rampart.
The film, which is centered around the scandals that took place in the Los Angeles Police Department in the 1990s, showcases police misconducts in the Community Resources Against Street Hoodlums (CRASH) anti-gang program including unprovoked shootings, beatings, planting of evidence, framing of suspects, stealing and dealing narcotics, bank…