If you thought your weekend bar tab was bad, you should probably hang out with New England Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski. According to ESPN.com, he and his buddies closed out the night with a $102,000 tab!
This all went down at the Shrine Nightclub in Foxwoods Resort and Casino in Connecticut. The tab included 27k worth of Dom Perignon Rose and 18k of Ace of Spades Rose. There was also over 10k worth of Grey Goose Vodka.
I guess he figured there’s 6 weeks left before the NFL is back into the swing of things and he won’t be able to recover on a Sunday for a while. “Gronk” was clearly making the most of his vacation.
Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle will be out in December. The Rock and Jack Black both star in the movie, but how will it compare to the original starring Robin Williams from back in 1995?
Well this time around the plot of the movie takes place in a jungle setting, whereas the first film involved the jungle like aspects crossing over into the real world. They DO pay homage to Robin Williams character according to Jack Black.
“We find clues left behind by [his character] . . . It’s like he’s there helping us without actually being there.” The movie is set to hit theaters Dec 20, 2017.
As our movie's theme song "Welcome to the Jungle" plays in the background and I, for some odd reason am clutching Jack like we're a couple. GREAT to see our #JUMANJI family @nickjonas @karengillanofficial @jackblack reunited at CinemaCon. Truly, one of the most fun times I've ever had filming a movie. Only one missing here is my lil' brotha @kevinhart4real. We miss you bro. Actually, no we don't.. go f*ck yourself. Best part of the night was we debuted our JUMANJI trailer and crowd reaction was awesomely awesome. It's what we work hard for. Made my night! #JUMANJI #WelcomeToTheJungle #CHRISTMAS
Many fans are saying the career of Chris Brown is over. His legal troubles have gone so far as to actually hurt the sales of his albums and tickets to his shows.
According to Perezhilton.com, When he tried to sell out the Verizon Center in Washington, D.C. on April 23, he filed only 8,980 out of 15,804 seats! Ouch!
But the saddest of all was less than two weeks later on May 4 when he couldn’t even sell out the 9,318-seat Toyota Center in Houston. He only got 7,488 for that one.
Jay Z may be following in the footprints of Prince. He is changing his name. Don’t be too alarmed… He’s just adding the “-“ back in his name. He dropped the hyphen back in 2013. It’s back. Call off the choppers and the sniffing dogs….we have found the hyphen.