Giving The Wolf of Wall Street a bizarre and unexpected epilogue, Leonardo DiCaprio and Jonah Hill are today continuing their investment work together in the big-money business of Q-Tip-based television.
Deadline reports that DiCaprio and Hill are teaming with Q-Tip to produce a drama series loosely based on the hip-hop artist's life in the late '80s and early '90s. That's when he was first active in A Tribe Called Quest and, more broadly, a part of the Native Tongues collective that included similar acts like De La Soul and Jungle Brothers. The show will reportedly "reflect on the stories of their friendship and how their music played a part in culture then and influenced the music of today." Really, though, it should just be Midnight Marauders played behind this:
- Bryan Singer is rumored to be up for directing Leonardo DiCaprio in a film adaptation of The Six Million Dollar Man--now being called The Six Billion Dollar Man to adjust for the rising cost of bionic eyes. The doll above perfectly captures the universal excitement being felt... / Continue →
HBO has finally given a date for when they'll read some more Game of Thrones to us. At their Television Critics Association presentation yesterday, the network revealed that the fourth season of their critically-acclaimed LARP session will air on April 6. Mike Judge's new comed... / Continue →
NBC has found the womb in which to plant the demon seed that is a miniseries television event. The network has reportedly cast Star Trek and Avatar star Zoe Saldana in the lead role in their four-hour, multi-part adaptation of Rosemary's Baby. Deviating from the original novel ... / Continue →