March 03, 2017-Author: Mouza-No Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Anthony during the celebrations that followed the 2017 NBA All Star Game a couple of weeks ago.

   

February 18, 2017-Author: Mouza-No Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Anthony during his participation in the NBA All-Star Celebrity Basketball Game.

   

February 12, 2017-Author: Mouza-No Comments

I’ve updated the gallery with photos of Anthony during his talk in the City Summit 2017 in Los Angeles.

   

February 10, 2017-Author: Mouza-No Comments

On Feb. 17, fans will be able to watch their favorite celebrities team up for the NBA All-Star Celebrity Game in New Orleans. 

With NBA All-Star Weekend looming, ESPN will broadcast the star-studded game with SC6’s hosts Michael Smith and Jemele Hill serving as guest coaches. Smith will receive assistance from Golden State Warriors All-Star Draymond Green and former 106 & Park host Rosci Diaz on the sideline. As for Hill, she’ll have Toronto Raptors All-Star Kyle Lowry and Fat Joe serving as her assistant coaches. [Source]

Michael Smith’s West Team

Miles Brown (actor)
Tom Cavanagh (actor)
Mark Cuban (Dallas Mavericks owner)
Baron Davis (NBA legend)
Andy Grammer (recording artist)
Jiang Jinfu (actor, model)
Anthony Mackie (actor)
Romeo Miller (actor, recording artist)
Hasan Minhaj (actor, comedian)
Master P (actor, recording artist)
Candace Parker (Los Angeles Sparks)
Aaron Sanchez (celebrity chef)
Jason Williams (NBA legend)

January 21, 2017-Author: Mouza-No Comments

Kathryn Bigelow has been assembling a cast for her still untitled Detroit riots movie, and now it has a release date: The film will open later this year on Aug. 4, as 2017 marks the 50th anniversary of the 1967 riots.

Annapurna Pictures announced the date in a press release for its new distribution and marketing branch, with Bigelow’s project serving as the production company’s inaugural release. Directed by Bigelow and written by Mark Boal, the film is described as “a crime drama set against the backdrop of Detroit’s 1967 riots.” [Source]