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The latest additions to the NBC's upcoming live musical are tapped to portray Tin Man, Scarecrow, and the gatekeeper to Oz.
Daniel Radcliffe, Trent Reznor, Benedict Cumberbatch, Kevin Hart, James Gunn, and Rosamund Pike are also among the people invited to join Oscar voters.
The upcoming hip-hop musical film will focus on an aspiring rapper Coco and mark Azealia Banks' first starring role on big screen.
The 'Glory' rapper joins returning cast members Ice Cube and Cedric the Entertainment in the movie directed by Malcolm D. Lee.
The 'Glory' rapper is reportedly attached to play Aquaman's enemy in the antihero movie due August 5, 2016.
The rapper is cast for the supervillains movie in an unidentified role, joining Margot Robbie and Jared Leto among other actors.
Kean University cancels the rapper's appearance after police voiced concerns over the song which centers on a woman who was convicted in '70s of killing a New Jersey state trooper.
Series co-creator Lee Daniels reveals that he has written roles for the former daytime talk show queen and the rapper/actor.
Shortly after bringing tears to the eyes of stars like David Oyelowo and Chris Pine with their rendition of the 'Selma' track, Common and Legend accepted the Best Original Song trophy.
The rapper confirms that the diva will sing 'Take My Hand Precious Lord' before he and John Legend perform their 'Selma' song 'Glory'.
The duo joins previously-announced Oscar performer Adam Levine at the upcoming awards show airing on February 22.
The rapper raps his lines on a stage while his collaborator accompanies him on the piano in the new video that also features scenes from 'Selma'.
The rapper pays tribute to unarmed black young men who were gunned down and murdered cops during his emotional speech after accepting his award from Prince.
On the powerful track, Common makes references to the recent events in Ferguson and a historical event that happened to Rosa Parks in Selma, Alabama 50 years ago.
Brandy joined forces with Queen Latifah, MC Lyte and Yo-Yo to perform the remix to her debut single 'I Wanna Be Down' while Common, Vince Staples and Jay Electronica pay tribute to Mike Brown.