After dropping the 2016 DOOM reboot, Bethesda Softworks is bringing back another classic:QUAKE.
Revealed in this new trailer for E3 2016, Quake Champions promises a return to the fast-paced arena-style action of old, but with different playable characters, each with their own set of skills and weaponry.
Currently, it's only confirmed for PC. Stay tuned...
LeBron James and the Cleveland Cavaliers became the 2016 NBA champions on Sunday (June 19), after defeating the Warriors in Game 7, 93-89.
LeBron was also unanimously named MVP of the NBA Finals, the third time in his career, and brings home a title to Cleveland after more than five decades -- the first major sports championship since 1964.
Over the seven-game series, James averaged 29.7 points, 11.3 rebounds and 8.9 assists with an effective field goal percentage of 53.3. He also became the third player to record a triple-double in Game 7 of the Finals, joining Jerry West in 1969 and James Worthy in 1988.
Donald Glover, aka Childish Gambino, continues his focus on film, landing a role in the upcoming Spider-Man reboot, reports The Hollywood Reporter.
The upcoming Sony reboot of the franchise, titled Spider-Man: Homecoming, stars teen actorTom Holland in the starring role as Peter Parker/Spider-Man. It will focus on the character back in his high-school days.
Glover's character is still unknown, but THR says its "being kept secret".
Others cast members include Michael Keaton as a villain, Marisa Tomei as Aunt May and Zendaya as the female lead. Robert Downey Jr. will also appear as Tony Stark/Iron Man.
Although he's continuing work on his upcoming album SHINE, Wale wants to serve up something for fans this summer -- a new mixtape, titled Summer on Sunset.
The MMG rapper took to social media to make the announcement, revealing that the project would drop on Friday (June 17).
He also delivered a trailer featuring comedian Jerry Seinfeld, who famously collaborated with Wale on his most recent release, The Album About Nothing. "Loved working with you," Seinfeld says in the trailer. "I heard you’re moving out to L.A. to clear your head. Oh, my God. There’s very little clear head out there. L.A.’s fun. A lot of people out there work hard, but the people that aren’t working are partying even harder so stay cool and be yourself. Don’t ever change."
In celebration of GQ's 10th annual "Love, Sex and Madness" issue, Kim Kardashian West graces its cover, minus her clothes, as usual.
In the cover, she rocks nothing... literally, but covering herself with a leather jacket. In another shot, she rocks lingerie in an old school ride; and a long leather coat, opened to show her skin in another.
Kim also granted the magazine full access to shed light on her personal life, touching on how she pushes Kanye's buttons to the growth of her everyday activities as a business,.
Take a look behind the scenes of Kim's GQ shoot here and below.
TNT reporter Craig Sager finally gets to cover his first NBA Finals, after Turner Sports inked a deal with ESPN.
The popular TNT sideline reporter, known for wearing flashy suits, has continued to work, despite facing a recurrence of the leukemia he has been battling for the past few years.
During his career, he has never worked an NBA Finals series, but will finally share sideline reporting duties with Doris Burke for Game 6 on Thursday (June 16) in Cleveland between the Cavaliers and Golden State Warriors (ABC, 9 p.m. ET).
"I'd like to thank Turner and ESPN for approaching me with this tremendous opportunity to be part of The Finals broadcast team," Sager said in a statement. "I've been watching the series very closely and, while I do not want to distract in any way from the event itself, I look forward to being in the building for what will be an incredibly exciting Game 6. The NBA community is a very special one and this is a great honor."
Ahead of its June 17 release date, YG's anticipated sophomore album, Still Brazy, is available now for streaming on Apple Music.
The 17-track project features guest appearances from the likes of Drake, Lil Wayne, Joe Moses, Nipsey Hussle and Slim 400, among others. It also boasts the previously released singles, "Twists My Fingaz" and the Drake-assisted "Why You Always Hatin?"
Stream Still Brazy, the follow-up to YG's 2014 debut My Krazy Life, below. You can pre-order the album here, due out June 17.
Major Lazer hits the streets at night in the video for "Night Riders", featuring Travis Scott, 2 Chainz, Pusha T and Mad Cobra. In the cinematic clip, directed by KILLDEATH, the crew gets into an evening of trouble, filled with fights and stripper poles.
The song appears on the group's 2015 album, Peace Is the Mission.
The Reebok Question Mid returns in yet another new colorway for Summer 2016, dubbed "Atomic Red".
The sneaker sports a durable upper made of Kevlar and comes in a bright red color make-up, while contrasting white is applied to the Reebok branding, laces and midsole. A grey outsole completes the look.
The Reebok Question Mid "Atomic Red" is available now overseas at select retailers, includingAtmos Tokyo, for around $180 USD. A Stateside release is forthcoming.
Further details surrounding Lil Wayne's health scare has surfaced.
According to TMZ, the rapper drank three bottles of Codeine cough syrup the night before hesuffered a pair of seizures that forced his private plane to make an emergency landing Monday (June 13).
Apparently, Weezy was spotted with five 16 oz bottles of Promethazine/Codeine syrup during a club appearance in Milwaukee over the weekend and was sipping lean the whole night, finishing three of them on his own.
Despite the scare, Wayne's camp says he's in stable condition after being hospitalized and is in "good spirits."
Vans teams up with DQM for a special 2016 summer footwear collection, centered around the Sk8-Hi Reissue LX "101".
Carrying inspiration rooted in basketball and hip-hop culture, the sneaker comes in a selection of white, black and navy blue colorways, each sporting canvas uppers and leather side stripes. They also feature a nylon tongue with terry cloth backing, while a removable ankled strap and DQM x Vans logos within the insole and along with heel finish the look.
With E3 2016 underway, Nintendo has finally unveiled the latest installment of the Zeldafranchise, titled The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild.
Talk of the new game has been circulating for a few years now, and now, Nintendo is targeting a 2017 release... and delivers the first official trailer during E3 week.
Nintendo calls it "a boundary-breaking new game in the acclaimed series", allowing gamers to "travel across fields, through forests and to mountain peaks as you discover what has become of the ruined kingdom of Hyrule in this stunning open-air adventure."
Following news of Lil Wayne suffering a pair of seizures while riding on a private jet, the rapper is reportedly in stable condition.
On Monday (Jun. 13), he suffered a seizure while traveling from Milwaukee to California, forcing his private jet to make an emergency landing, but he refused medical attention. After, Wayne eventually got back on the jet and was in the air, when he suffered a second seizure and had to land again. This time, he was treated by paramedics and transported to a hospital by ambulance, reports TMZ.
In a statement to The FADER, Wayne's rep said, via an e-mail statement, saying that he's in good spirits and is in stable condition. "We can confirm that he did experience a minor seizure earlier this afternoon," said a representative. "Under the guidance of his own doctors, he is now in stable condition and good spirits. He thanks his fans for their everlasting support, prayers, and well wishes."
Young Money President Mack Maine also addressed the news on Twitter.
With a smash single under his belt, via "Panda", Brooklyn rapper Desiigner links up withGenius for an interview in his hometown.
In addition to discussing his first introduction to music as kid, he also talks about being in the streets at 14 and being shot... which served as an eye opener.
"I was a bad kid. I was a hard head. I was in the streets, doing dumb sh*t... you know, the average stupid sh*t," Desiigner explains. "I got hit in my hip. It was little bit of blood. It wasn't no serious ... in and out, I was in the hospital 10 minutes, 30 minutes, you feel me? But, it was just that moment, like 'Yo, mind your business.' When they happened to me, it just was like, I knew I wasn't supposed to be there."
With Desiigner's "Panda" continuing to dominate the charts, the Brooklyn rapper teams up withVogue to film an alternate video for the hit single. In the clip, he walks of the streets of New York City, accompanied by model Andreea Diaconu who rocks sexy swimsuits while striking poses to "Panda".
Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden underwent surgery for a broken right elbow on Tuesday (June 14), and may miss the team's Sept. 11 season opener against the New York Giants.
Coach Jason Garrett said the injury happened over Memorial Day weekend at McFadden's house, when he fell on the elbow trying not to drop his cell phone, reports ESPN.
Apparently, McFadden took part in organized team activities last week, wearing a protective sleeve on his arm, but he did not say anything to the team's athletic training staff until Friday. Then, on Monday, during a physical before the minicamp, X-rays revealed the fracture... and surgery was performed Tuesday morning.
A major deal could reportedly be in the works between the Minnesota Timberwolves and Chicago Bulls, centered around star Jimmy Butler.
According to ESPN, the T-Wolves are prepared to deal the No. 5 overall pick in this month's 2016 NBA Draft, as the centerpiece of a trade package for the Bulls' star swingman.
Sources say the Wolves have previously told the Bulls that they are strongly interested in Butler should Chicago elect to traded him. And while its unclear if the Bulls are looking to deal Butler, Minneapolis reporter Darren Wolfson said Tuesday (June 14) that Chicago wants Timberwolves star Andrew Wiggins in any deal for Butler.
Furthermore, sources say the Bulls would demand, at least, one front-line player, in addition to a top lottery pick this month in any trade for Butler.
Following rumors about an OLED panel on the keyboard of the next generation version of the Apple MacBook, artist Martin Hajek offers renderings of what it could look like.
The 3D renderings of the imaginary MacBook feature an OLED panel that serves as the home for the on-screen toolbar, freeing up screen space, while providing an always-on status bar for everything from controls for Spotify and Photoshop, to tracking downloads. Other upgrades include a TouchID fingerprint sensor, four USB-C ports, and a larger touchpad.
Gucci Mane is fresh outta prison, after serving nearly three years. However, he's on house arrest, so he's got a lot of time on his hands... and recently discovered Game of Thrones.
He joined millions of views on Sunday night (June 12) for the latest episode... and shared his experience on Snapchat, complete with commentary on the episode.
"Hey babe, I f*cking love this show," Gucci Mane says, while adding his appreciation for Peter Dinklage's character Tyrion Lannister. "This little motherf*cking midget is funny man. This little motherf*cker is hilarious".
Gucci even added his classic tagline on the caption: "Winter is coming. #brrrrrrr."
Vic Mensa had the Internet talking last week, when he posted a photo on Instagram andblacked out Chance The Rapper.
During an interview with Real 92.3, the G.O.O.D. Music seemed to address this (sort of), saying he doesn't have problems with anyone... and nobody wants a problem with him.
"I don't do my people dirty," Mensa said. "I just don't do it. So if somebody was wanting to beef with me, they wouldn't really have all that much ammo. They would have to start digging and making things up 'cause I just keep it really, really, really real with my guys and people that I move with, that I do business with. They'll testify I'm a hunnid."
After an 11-year career in the NBA, former guard Nate Robinson is hoping to join the NFL.
According to ESPN, the 32-year-old had a tryout with the Seattle Seahawks on Monday (June 13).
"I need to get a little stronger, a little faster," Robinson told ESPN in April. "Lifting weights and watching a lot of film. Work on my feet and my hands and how to press [as a cornerback]. Basic stuff. I catch on pretty fast. Just learn some of the drills they'd have me do and start practicing and get ready for it.
With E3 2016 coming this week, we get the official trailer for the latest installment of the Forzafranchise, Forza Horizon 3.
The third open-world Forza Motorsportspinoff switches things up from the street racing of previous titles, taking drivers to Australia and offering off-road vehicles. In all, it will feature over 350 cars (at launch).
Adidas gives its Crazylight basketball silhouette a complete makeover for 2016.
Engineered specifically for the NBA game, the sneaker is the first basketball shoe to incorporate 100 percent heel-to-toe BOOST cushioning. It also sports a lightweight woven upper with a surging camouflage effect, inspired by the speed and deception of players disrupting the lane. The iconic Three Stripes are added to the heel, representing what opponents see when they're being blown by on the court.
Microsoft held a briefing ahead of E3 2016 on Monday (June 13), announcing its Xbox One successor, dubbed the Xbox One S.
Touted as the "smallest Xbox yet", the new console is essentially a shrunken version of the original Xbox One, 40% smaller than the first version. It also sports a "robot white" colorway, while doing away with the bulky power supply, among other upgrades.
Kevin Hart is back with a new stand-up comedy movie, titled What Now?.
Following up his 2013 hit stand-up concert movie Let Me Explain, which grossed $32 million domestically and became the third-highest live stand-up comedy movie of all-time, the film features Hart taking center stage during a record-setting, sold-out performance, which was filmed outdoors in front of 50,000 people at Philadelphia's Lincoln Financial Field -- the first time a comedian has ever performed to an at-capacity football stadium.
Former NFL lineman Bryan Robinson has died at the age of 41.
He was found dead inside a Milwaukee hotel room sometime after 10 p.m. on Saturday (June 11), reports the Chicago Tribune. Results of toxicology and autopsy reports are pending, and currently, police say there are no signs of anything suspicious and are currently investigating.
It's here. XXL's anticipated new Freshman Class for 2016 has been announced.
This year's crop of future hip-hop stars include: Oxnard, CA's Anderson .Paak; Atlanta's 21 Savage; Pompano Beach, FL's Kodak Black; Philadelphia's Lil Uzi Vert; Cheltenham Township, PA's Lil Dicky; Harlem's Dave East; Carol City, FL's Denzel Curry; Brooklyn's Desiigner; Chicago's G Herbo; and the 10th Spot winner, ATL's Lil Yachty.
As always, XXL is planning to roll out an assortment of content surrounding the Freshman Class, such as freestyles, cyphers and interviews.
The Freshman issue of XXL will hit stands on June 28, the same day as the XXL Freshman Show at New York City's PlayStation Theater.
Emerging LA-based brand FairPlay commemorates its latest collection with a new summer 2016 editorial.
Dubbed "The Vagrants", its summer offering embraces nomadic styling and relaxed aesthetics, while the barren landscape of the Salton Sea serves as its backdrop.
FairPlay's Summer '16 collection sports a range of patterns, material treatments and cuts that embody the line's free-thinking concept. Vivid woven prints, indigo camo motifs, summertime striping and stonewashes is seen across the line as progressive new silhouettes surface in the updated assortment.