So we knew it was going to happen, but the word is out and director Oliver Stone is the first one to start filming a movie about September 11 in New York. The story will follow one of two policemen and their survival of the tower’s collapse and their rescue. One of the policemen is said to be Nicholas Cage.


For anyone who is still an R.Kelly fan, stop. The DVD of the first 12 chapters of “Trapped in a Closet” was released this past week and its rumored that there are still more to come. By the time R.Kelly stops he might as well have written a novel.

November 8, 2005


The Miami Hurricane

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