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Play Day With The Stars Features Baron Davis, Jake T. Austin And More

Playworks Southern California hosted Play Day with the Stars at Griffin Avenue Elementary School. American actor Harold Perrineau – best-known for his roles in “Lost” and “Oz” – two time NBA All-Star Baron Davis, rapper Jake Miller, American actress Logan Browning – best-known for her role on the Netflix series “Dear White People,” Jake T. Austin, American actor best-known for his role on Disney Channel’s “Wizards of Waverly Place,” Val Chmerkovskiy, current “Dancing with the Stars” pro, Jan Luis Castellanos, American actor who will be starring in the new season of “Marvel’s Runaways”, Rebecca Black, singer best known for hit song “Friday”, Lenora Crichlow, English actress best known for her roles in Sugar Rush, BBC’s Being Human, and the film Fast Girls – and USC student athletes learned and played new inclusive games during recess to showcase how easy it is to make recess a safe, healthy place for every kid
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Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4 Trailer Tackles #MeToo, White Privilege and Even More Zany Situations

Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt Season 4 Trailer Tackles #MeToo, White Privilege and Even More Zany Situations
Kimmy Schmidt is more of a Pooh than an Eeyore. She's a big ole Pooh in the and tackling Rebecca Black's now-classic song "Friday" in the Unbreakable Kimmy Schmidt season four trailer. The new trailer, below, features everybody's favorite mole woman in her new role: Kimmy's now a working woman! Kimmy (Ellie Kemper) has a new job as Hr manager at Giztoob and with that comes all new responsibilities and situations, like partying with a robot, white privilege and sexual harassment. All your favorites are back in action too. Jacqueline (Jane Krakowski) is now a talent manager…and her only client is Titus (Tituss Burgess). As for Titus' career, he's creating and starring in a new TV show...
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Ice Cube Planning Another Friday

Ice Cube Planning Another Friday
It's been almost ten years since the last instalment, but Ice Cube and New Line are apparently keen to revive the slacker Friday franchise.The first Friday was a stoner comedy released in 1995. It's nominal plot involved Chris Tucker's need to get $200 back to local drug dealer Big Worm (Faizon Love) and Cube's face-off with bully Deebo (Tiny Lister), but its easygoing pace allowed for plenty of sitting around on porches and talking nonsense and smoking.Five years later, Next Friday was a broader tale of Cube staying with his cousin Day-Day (Mike Epps) and getting embroiled in some shenanigans against the trio of haplessly inept Latino gangstas next door (this was at the height of Cube's rather public spat with Cypress Hill, context fans). The Cube/Epps double-act continued into Friday After Next, which saw them as mall cops. There was also a short-lived animated series, although none
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Rock And Ice-Cube Pay Tribute To Mac

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Rock And Ice-Cube Pay Tribute To Mac
Chris Rock and rapper Ice-Cube have paid tribute to comedian Bernie Mac who died on Saturday.

Mac passed away after losing his battle with pneumonia at Northwestern Memorial Hospital in Chicago, Illinois. He was 50.

Ice Cube, who appeared with Mac in his first significant movie role as Pastor Clever in 1995 film Friday, tells the MTV Us News website, "Today and tomorrow will never be as funny as yesterday, without Bernie Mac, a true original."

And Rock, who worked with the star in comedy movie Head of State, was keen to echo the sentiment.

He tells E! online that Mac was "one of the best and funniest comedians to ever live, but that was the second-best thing he did. Bernie was one of the greatest friends a person could have.

Rock adds, "Losing him is like losing 12 people, because he absolutely filled up any room he was in. I'm gonna miss the Mac Man."

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