The Muppets may not be getting the best reviews for their ABC show, but they're certainly still trying to stay fresh with their commercials!
Ch-ch-check it out (above) and tell us what YOU think!
It looks like Will Smith is definitely going back to his hip-hop roots with the help of an old friend!
Last month, the Fresh Prince announced he was going on tour with special guest DJ Jazzy Jeff — Smith's musical counterpart from their days as the hip-hop duo DJ Jazzy Jeff & The Fresh Prince!
Back in the '80s, the Girls Ain't Nothing But Trouble performers dropped five albums before taking a hiatus in 1993 after the success of The Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air!
On Thursday's Ellen DeGeneres Show, the Concussion star confirmed that he and Jazzy would be reuniting on stage in his upcoming tour to perform their old hits — as well as some NEW music! AH-Mazing!
The rapper said his biggest reason for the nostalgic reunion is because the duo "never actually had a chance" to do a full tour back in the day — better late than never, we suppose!
Check out the video (below) to get the full deets!
Jaden Smith doesn't care what you think.
When asked about what's the most significant thing he's ever done, the young actor said:
"Being born was the most influential thing that's ever happened to me, for myself. As far as people, what they think is influential—like I said, the thing that you can make the most fun of and laugh at the most is whatever would be the most influential to the pop culture of the world.
When they don't understand something, they're afraid of it, and if they don't understand it, they don't accept it or like it. There's been so many things we don't understand like Galileo saying the Earth is not the center of the universe, it's actually the sun that we revolve around. Everybody thought that he was crazy! People didn't understand the level of science that he was putting forth into society. You can't blame these people that don't understand."
We'd have to say we agree — being born was pretty awesome!!
It's Harley and Deadshot's turn!
Earlier this week, Empire magazine debuted two new covers showing off Jared Leto's Joker from the upcoming comic book flick Suicide Squad, in all his badass, pimping glory.
Well now it appears it's time for Will Smith and Margot Robbie to flaunt what they've got as the actors take center stage on the magazine cover dressed as their Suicide Squad characters. — Deadshot and Harley Quinn!
Though we've seen images of them before, these new pics give us a much better and closer look and what's in store for us next summer!
Ch-ch-check out the full cover shots (above) and let us know if you're excited for Suicide Squad to come out on August 5, 2016!
[Image via Empire.]
Who's getting excited?!
The supervillain team-up flick Suicide Squad is less than a year away. That's when we'll finally see the fully realized version of Jared Leto as The Joker!
In an interview with Empire magazine, the 43-year-old actor talked about throwing himself into the character saying:
In case you somehow forgot that he was actually a musician before he was an actor, Will Smith is back with new music!
We already heard the Fresh Prince himself team up with Bomba Estéreo for the remix of their hit Latin single Fiesta… and on Friday, the trippy music video finally dropped!
Not only is the video super fun and catchy, but Big Willie is beyond impressive because he's 47 years old and performing with the best of 'em!
We'd definitely say yes to more out-of-nowhere collabs between Will and other artists like this!
Ch-ch-check out the music video for the Fiesta remix (below)!!!
But in the rambling sit down, Yeezy also managed to criticize the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences — because he thinks Keeping Up With The Kardashians should have won "plenty of Emmys by now."
Speaking with fashion website SHOWstudio, the superstar said:
Will Smith really is back in the music scene after SO long!
Yes, just recently he was featured on the remix of Colombian band Bomba Estéreo's song Fiesta, but now we're talking about new stuff of his OWN!
The 47-year-old hasn't dropped an album in a full decade, and this new collaboration was the first song he was on — either solo or featured — since 2005.
But now, it turns out the actor is going to Switch back to his rap roots!
On Monday, the Suicide Squad star revealed that not only has he been Gettin' Jiggy wit It in the studio, he's already recorded a LOT of tracks, saying:
"I'm pretty much poppin' in the studio everyday and I'm looking for artists to collaborate with. I've probably recorded 30 songs. I have six or seven that I really like."
Does this mean a new album is on the way??? We've been craving this for the past ten years, but Will explains it hasn't been easy to get back into songwriting: