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Chris Pine portrays Captain Kirk, who is facing off against his enemy John Harrison in the new clip for J.J. Abrams' upcoming film.
The leader of the rap group Public Enemy speaks out against the contemporary use of the term especially in 'Ni**as in Paris' off 'Watch the Throne.'
The 'Hugo' director will get financial back-up from Emmett/Furla Films to make the Shusaku Endo novel-adapted film, which is planned to shoot in Taiwan next year.
Dave Grohl gushed over Rush while Chuck D had to cut Flavor Flav's long acceptance speech during the ceremony.
The rap group is among this year's inductees that include the late disco queen Donna Summer and Rush.
The duo's fans have accumulated enough money to send them back to studio and record the follow up to 'How You Sell Soul to a Soulless People Who Sold Their Soul?'
The hip-hop group may not get the $250,000 they want but consider $75,000 more will be enough to spawn a new album.
Public Enemy, who hope to raise 250,000 dollars for their upcoming album, could only receive $67,000 after a few investors backed out of the project