There's no way we could be this lucky... right?!
According to TMZ, the two legendary singers apparently spoke about how much sense it'd make for them to work together at some point, and as it's being reported now,
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We can't remember the last time we saw a chase sequence this good on television!
One of the most infamous parts of the O.J. Simpson saga happened before the trial even started — his White Bronco chase with the LAPD.
The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story executed the police chase and subsequent standoff perfectly with an incredible sequence — and a riveting performance by Cuba Gooding Jr. – that took over Tuesday's entire episode.
The FX mini-series opened right after Simpson fled police, who had come to arrest him for the murder of ex-wife Nicole Brown Simpson and her friend Ronald Goldman.
At Simpson's home, Robert Kardashian (David Schwimmer) shows O.J.'s other lawyer Robert Shapiro (John Travolta) that the former athlete left a suicide note — with a "happy face."
As news stations report that a statewide manhunt is underway, the public learns
We wonder if this is true!
We've been hearing a lot about CTE recently — chronic traumatic encephalopathy, the brain disease caused by repeated blows to the head in athletes like football players — and now Cuba Gooding Jr. has made some inneresting comments about it and O.J. Simpson.
Gooding Jr., who of course is portraying Simpson in the new FX series The People v. O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story, spoke about what he felt were some aspects of CTE that may have manifested in Simpson:
After a phenomenal premiere episode, we're officially obsessed with The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story!
While the production did an amazing job at creating nail-biting drama with little embellishment of the actual events — Ryan Murphy and his dream team of writers had one MAJOR factual error in the pilot episode!
And not just any error, a Kardashian error!
In the premiere episode, O.J. Simpson (Cuba Gooding Jr.) is pushed to a breaking point and threatens to commit suicide in Kim Kardashian West's childhood bedroom before he is talked down by lawyer Robert Kardashain (David Schwimmer).
But according to an inside source, Simpson didn't point a loaded gun at his head in Kimmy's room — but it was actually
With murder, mystery, mayhem, and just a dash of Kardashians — The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story started off with the perfect premiere episode!
While most of us know the conclusion to this story twenty years after the verdict was read, the FX drama carefully pieced together the case from the beginning while giving us a look inside the lives of all the major players involved.
Over on Bundy Drive, a man walking his dog comes across Nicole Brown Simpson's white Akita, who leads them to the bodies. The police soon
For one thing, the families of Nicole Brown Simpson and Ron Goldman — whom O.J. Simpson was famously acquitted of murdering back in 1994 — are afraid that the FX show won't respect their lost loved ones, especially considering the victims won't even be portrayed.
Nicole's sister Tanya Brown recently spoke to People about her concerns, saying:
"They didn't take the families into consideration. Who is defending my sister?"
Ron's father, Fred Goldman, also told the publication that he was worried the upcoming drama would affect the public's opinion of the actual events, saying:
"You are going to have people basing their beliefs on a movie. Last time I checked, we don't rely on movies for facts."
We can't even imagine what they've been through, so obviously their concerns are completely valid.
With that said, Cuba Gooding, Jr., who plays the scandalized sports star in the limited series, told E! News that his intentions for taking the part were purely artistic, saying: