Slim 400 Was Convinced He’d Be Dead After Drive-By Shooting

Slim 400 was shot last month during an ambushed shooting but the thing is, this isn’t the first time he’s escaped death. Slim 400 previously spoke about getting shot in the past and he’s clearly survived. But he recently admitted that the recent shooting that left him hospitalized is the one that he thought was going to take his life away. He spoke to TMZ recently where he revealed that he was convinced that night was going to be his last.

Slim 400 detailed the shooting the night he was hit nine times by masked gunman. “As the shots was goin’ f, I was trying to run and get it, do my thing. But after so long, I dropped. And I’m steady trying to crawl, get it. One my folks come and try to pull me in, they still shooting and I’m like, ‘Man, it’s over,” he said.

After getting out the hospital, Slim 400 taunted the shooters online, letting them know not to purchase bullets from Walmart anymore. He explained that he only did that for entertainment purposes so his fans know that he’s doing alright. “I do that for the fans, you know what I’m sayin’? To keep them alive, and you know, motivated to the point where Slim ain’t — he ain’t change, you feel me?”

Peep Slim 400’s chat with TMZ below.

Marvel’s "Agents Of S.H.I.E.L.D" Announces Series Finale

Marvel has attempted to take over the entire entertainment industry and, for the most part, it’s worked out. The film studio managed to create one the most pritable franchises in recent memory with the Avengers, milking them out several movies and billions dollars. Endgame is still working on beating Avatar’s box fice record but today, Marvel has announced some sad news regarding one their most successful television shows.

With the demise so many Netflix Marvel shows, another television regular has just announced that it is coming to an end as Agents S.H.I.E.L.D, the popular ABC program, will be ending after its seventh season. In a statement provided to Deadline, Marvel TV chief Jeph Loeb said that the team will be bidding adieu to us all in 2020. The writers the show are reportedly working on tying any loose ends together before the season is complete, ensuring that fans the show get a satisfactory ending. 

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“When you know that’s what you’re doing, you can take greater risks, life and death,” said Joeb on the upcoming series finale. “Those kinds decisions suddenly now are real on the table because you’re not playing how do we undo this when we get to the next season. You’re playing that this is going to be the end the story.”

Marvel’s Agents S.H.I.E.L.D is currently airing its sixth season. Everything will come to a close next year at the culmination Season 7.

Shannon Brown Is Doing Just Fine Amid Divorce From Singer Monica

Former NBA player Shannon Brown has found his name in the headlines, not only because he’s a co-captain BIG3’s Aliens team, but due to his divorce from singer Monica Brown. The 33-year-old sports star has been silent in regards to the dissolution his nine-year marriage, but he let everyone know that he’s doing just fine.

Brown told Sister Circle TV for TVOne that contrary to anything people may hear in the media, things aren’t as dramatic as they may seem. “I haven’t been going through a lot nothing,” he said when asked about everything he’s been enduring as late. “I feel like a lot people take stories that they hear and they kind blow it up for entertainment purposes. I learned how to ignore the negativity and just keep pushing forward. I feel like that’s what it’s all about. It’s funny because I think a lot people got the same idea. Like, when they see me they’re like, ‘Are you OK?’ And I’m like, ‘I’m fine, what’s wrong?’ It’s part it, though, when you’re in the public eye. You’ve got to be able to deal with whatever come along with it. I’m strong in my faith and my spirituality, so that’s what pull me or push me.”

During a recent episode  T.I. & Tiny: Friends & Family HustleMonica admitted that things have been rough for her as she adjusts to the shifts that have been going on in her life. “Things in my personal life have been changing a lot, and it has not been easy,” Monica stated. “I cannot lie. My personal relationship is taking a major toll on me. I’m feeling it every day. I’ve been keeping everything to myself and I feel overwhelmed…I’m everybody’s go-to, and I think it makes people think I’m pretending to be perfect when in actuality, I just don’t believe in pausing. ‘Cause it’s like you pause and you get stuck.”


Universal Music Says Just 22 'Original Masters' Were Destroyed In the 2008 Fire — Affecting Just 5 Artists

The claims coincide with Universal Music Group’s efforts to toss a class action lawsuit carrying damages of $100 million.

Perhaps the 2008 Universal Studios fire was just a bunch of billowing smoke?

That seems to be the latest claim from Universal Music Group, which is now claiming that just 22 master recordings perished in the famous fire — at least according to their latest tally.

In an email quickly leaked to Digital Music News, the stunningly-low tally was revealed.  UMG senior vice president of recording studios and archive management Pat Kraus, who is heading the cataloging the artist response efforts, authored the document.

Here’s a quick excerpt from the email:

“Over the past several weeks, our team has been working around the clock fielding requests from approximately 275 artists and representatives. To date, we’ve reviewed 26,663 individual assets covering 30 artists.  Of those assets, we believe we’ve identified 424 that could be missing or lost due to the fire, with audio assets accounting for 349 of them.

“Our data suggests that 22 of those could be ‘original masters’ which are associated with five artists.  For each of those lost masters, we have located high-quality alternate sources in the form of safety copies or duplicate masters. As we complete new work and we fill in gaps of work we’ve already done, these tallies will continue to evolve by the hour.”

The statement not only claims that damages only involved 22 masters, but that comparable high-quality backups existed in every case.

For those who’ve had a chance to check out HBO’s Chernobyl, a striking similarity to the response of the U.S.S.R.’s Central Committee pops out.  But the lower the admitted damages, the lower the potential damages in future litigation.

Last month, we reported on a lodged against UMG.

Now, UMG is diligently working to dismiss that action entirely — first by claiming that none of the lawsuit’s arguments have any legal grounding.  The label is also likely to use its ’22 original masters with replacements’ finding to further fight the action.

Just one problem: UMG filed a contentious lawsuit against NBCUniversal following the horrific ’08 fire, claiming millions in damages.  And it’s highly likely that UMG claimed far greater damages than just 22 masters.

“Why not show us the sworn declarations of losses they filed in their lawsuits against NBCUniversal and their insurance company?” fumed attorney Howard King in comments to the Los Angeles Times.

“I wonder if those are consistent with what they are now claiming?”

More ahead — including more details on UMG’s detailed response to the class action.



Malcolm D. Lee Named New “Space Jam 2” Director

Hollywood, CA – Malcolm D. Lee is replacing Terence Nance as the new director for LeBron James’ Space Jam 2.

An exclusive report published by Deadline on Tuesday (July 16) noted the amicable parting of ways between the former director and Warner Bros./SpringHill Entertainment. The split was attributed to creative differences between Nance and the studio.

Lee, the newly crowned director, is no stranger to the comedy realm. The acclaimed filmmaker is responsible for the Tiffany Haddish-starring film, Girls Trip in 2017 and the Kevin Hart-Haddish pairing in Night School in 2018.

The highly-discussed reboot sequel will star LeBron James alongside fellow NBA stars Anthony Davis, Damian Lillard, Klay Thompson and Chris Paul. No official report has detailed LeBron’s co-star’s role in the upcoming film.

The original Space Jam was released in 1996, starred Michael Jordan and grossed over $230 million at the global box office.

Space Jam 2 is set to release on July 16, 2021.

"Storm Area 51" Event Will Be Livestreamed

The #StormArea51 event has been making waves all across the internet. At this point, a million people have signed up to invade the American military base but no one is actually certain whether it’ll actually happen or not. The Facebook event itself states it’s a joke with a post on its page reading, “Hello US government, this is a joke, and I do not actually intend to go ahead with this plan. I just thought it would be funny and get me some thumbsy uppies on the internet.” However, in the current state America, it’s uncertain whether the conspiracy theorists will actually take this opportunity to find out what the government’s been hiding at Area 51. For anyone who doesn’t plan on going, a Las Vegas entertainment company plans on having a live stream the event.

"Storm Area 51" Event Will Be Livestreamed
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Las Vegas entertainment and event company Area 15 tweeted out that they’ll be hosting a streaming event for #StormArea51, for anyone who isn’t actually about that life. “Okay. Now we’re curious about the storming #AREA51. We’re going to live stream the “event” here at #AREA15 to watch what goes down. And costumes & tin foil hats are required. Leave your info & we’ll send you the details,” the tweet read along with a link to their website.

Even if anyone is willing to go on this mission, they should be warned that the U.S. Air Force is ready to “protect America and its assets.”

Federal Judge Allows Lawsuit Against Cloudflare to Proceed

Cloudflare doesn’t exactly have the best relationship with either the music industry nor the entertainment industry.

In the U.S., the content delivery network (CDN) has faced subpoenas for multiple music piracy websites it hosts.  This has led to the closure of top infringing websites, including , .

In Italy, a top court ordered Cloudflare to immediately terminate several pirates websites.

According to the Recording Industry Association of America (RIAA), the CDN – whose clients include The Pirate Bay – readily protects copyright infringers.

In a report highlighting the fight against piracy, the influential music organization wrote,

[Piracy] sites are increasingly turning to Cloudflare because routing their site through Cloudflare obfuscates the IP address of the actual hosting provider, masking the location of the site.

Now, a federal judge has ordered a lawsuit from an unlikely industry to proceed.

The bridal industry vs. Cloudflare.

Late last year, two wedding dress manufacturers and wholesalers – – filed a contributory infringement lawsuit against Cloudflare.

Filed at the United States District Court for the Central District of California, both companies claim the CDN provides services to Chinese websites.  These sites sell wedding dresses based on their designs.  To promote their counterfeit designs, the websites use photos taken from Mon Cheri Bridals and Maggie Sottero Designs.

The companies explained,

The photographic images of plaintiffs’ dress designs are the lifeblood of plaintiff’s advertising and marketing of their dress designs to the consuming public.

According to Mon Cheri and Maggie Sottero, the bridal industry invests hundreds of thousands of dollars “in the development of sophisticated marketing campaigns which involve the engagement of models and photographers and the coordination of expensive photoshoots to capture the appropriate ‘look’ of the campaign for a particular line of dresses.”  Cloudflare allegedly “shields pirate sites and their hosts from legal recourse.”

In short, the beleaguered CDN ensures no one can successfully take any of its clients to court.  This includes ignoring DMCA takedown notices altogether.

Responding to the claims, Cloudflare refused to acknowledge Mon Cheri and Maggie Sottero’s takedown notices.  Instead, the company argued both manufacturers outright failed to state a proper claim.  In fact, they hadn’t formatted the lawsuit properly.

Stating it doesn’t remain liable for these notifications, the CDN wrote,

Plaintiffs characterize their notifications as ‘credible’ without stating any facts that demonstrate their credibility.  In any event, defective notifications, like those the plaintiffs sent to Cloudflare, cannot support any claim of actual knowledge.

A federal judge didn’t buy it.

Siding with Mon Cheri and Maggie Sottero, District Judge Vince Chhabria tore Cloudflare’s argument to shreds in the company’s motion to dismiss.

The judge wrote,

Cloudflare’s main argument – that contributory liability cannot be based on a defendant’s knowledge of infringing conduct and continued material contribution to it – is wrong.

In fact, both manufacturers’ arguments are good enough in this stage of the lawsuit.

Allegations that Cloudflare knew its customer-websites displayed infringing material and continued to provide those websites with faster load times and concealed identities are sufficient to state a claim.

In its motion to dismiss the case, the CDN added it doesn’t serve as a hosting provider.  Judge Chhabria also didn’t buy this argument.

In what could ultimately serve as the company’s undoing in the case, the judge wrote,

The notices allegedly sent by the plaintiffs gave Cloudflare specific information, including a link to the offending website and a link to the underlying copyrighted material, to plausibly allege that Cloudflare had actual knowledge of the infringing activity.

Judge Chhrabia also opened the door to stripping away the company’s DMCA safe harbor protection.

Allowing the lawsuit to proceed, the judge concluded,

Cloudflare’s challenge to the sufficiency of the notices under 17 U.S.C. section 512 [of the Digital Millennial Copyright Act] is misplaced.

[The CDN] hasn’t shown that its conduct should be considered under one safe harbor rather than under another safe harbor (and thus has not shown that the alleged notice would need to be formatted in one way rather than another).

You can view Judge Chhabria’s order below.




Sony Consolidates Recordings and Publishing Into a Single Company — Introducing 'Sony Music Group'

The left hand will now communicate with the right hand at Sony Music.

Sony Corp. is now attempting to tightly integrate its recording and publishing units, according to an announcement issued this (Wednesday) morning.  The tighter corporate structure will live under the newly-branded ‘Sony Music Group,’ with current Sony Music Entertainment CEO Rob Stringer overseeing the umbrella group.

One immediate shift in reporting structure: recently-slotted Chairman and CEO of Sony/ATV Music Publishing Jon Platt will now report to Stringer.

The consolidation is coming straight from Sony headquarters in Japan, and will become effective August 1st.  Sony Corporation President and CEO Kenichiro Yoshida issued the top-down directive to all employees today.

“The purpose of this new Group is to further strengthen and solidify Sony’s position as a leader in the music industry and create new value for the company,” Yoshida stated.  “This unification will help us foster a higher level of collaboration between our recorded music and music publishing businesses, while respecting and maintaining the independence and unique culture of each organization.”

The only exception to this consolidation will be Japan, which will continue to operate separate recording and publishing entities.

The move makes perfect sense, and aligns Sony Music’s organizational structure with the other major labels.  Universal Music Group, for example, oversees a number of massive sub-labels as well the publishing division, Universal Music Publishing Group (UMPG).  Similarly, Warner Music Group is an umbrella over recording units like Warner Records (formerly Warner Bros. Records) and publishing division Warner Chappell Music.

Meanwhile, both recordings and publishing are growing, which raises the possibility that greater coordination between the disciplines could generate greater gains.

To the outside observer, the difference between recording IP and publishing IP seems minimal.  Recordings are merely the notes and lyrics recorded onto a track, which raises the question of why these two areas are so disparate.  The reasons for that are voluminous, though publishers frequently complain about statutory copyright laws that apply to publishers but not recording labels.

Indeed, those restrictions have created extremely lopsided payments to owners of recording IP, with streaming platforms paying a disproportionate amounts to recording labels.  That makes the case stronger for consolidated recording and publishing operations, especially if all the associated revenues are flowing back into the same corporate bank account.





Jamie Foxx Perfects Dave Chappelle Impression On "Comedians In Cars"

Dave Chappelle and Jamie Foxx are two the funniest men on the planet. They’ve each had historic careers and they’re still striving with Chappelle recently contributing to a couple Netflix specials last year. With the upcoming season Comedians In Cars Getting Cfee getting ready to hit the streaming service soon, Jerry Seinfeld and his team producers have been sharing quick teasers to let us know what we can expect from the next iteration the show. The new season is set to include appearances from Eddie Murphy, Seth Rogen, Ricky Gervais, and more and today, a clip featuring Jamie Foxx and his spot-on impression Dave Chappelle hit the internet.

Jamie Foxx Perfects Dave Chappelle Impression On "Comedians In Cars"
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Many us still spend our nights watching Chappelle Show reruns — that’s how influential the comedian is and was. While Chappelle isn’t expected to be a central component the next season Comedians In Cars, we will at least hear him crack a few jokes Jamie Foxx. Sitting with Seinfeld at a diner, Jamie Foxx started talking about Dave Chappelle when he pulled out a pretty solid impression from out nowhere. 

In an exclusive clip Entertainment Weekly, Foxx pitches his voice an octave higher to try out his Chappelle impression, nailing it right on the head. He explains that the key to actually perfecting the voice came from the addition some strong vocabulary, noting that “he always uses a very intelligent word to go with his hood talk].”

Watch the video below to see what he’s talking about. Comedians In Cars Getting Cfee premieres on July 19.

R. Kelly Pleads Not Guilty, Denied Bail

R. Kelly has pleaded not guilty to multiple sex crimes charges.

The R&B singer was in a Chicago courtroom on Tuesday (July 16) for his bond hearing, wearing an orange jumpsuit and shackled at the ankles. He has been in jail for five days on separate federal indictments in Illinois and New York, and will remain behind bars after a judge denied him bail.

Federal prosecutors described him as “an extreme danger to the community, especially to minor girls,” reports the Chicago Sun-Times.

“This risk of obstruction is real. This risk is ongoing. This risk is heightened by the defendant’s fame and power,” Assistant U.S. Attorney Angel Krull told Judge Harry Leinenweber.

Kelly’s attorney, Steve Greenberg, said his client can be trusted not to flee if released from custody.

“Unlike his most famous song — ‘I Believe I Can Fly’ — Mr. Kelly doesn’t like to fly,” said Greenberg. “How could he flee? He has no money. There’s no evidence that he’s a risk to minors at all at this point.”

The 52-year-old singer appeared in federal court for an arraignment on charges, including production of child porn, sex-trafficking, racketeering, crossing state lines for sex with underage girls, and obstruction of justice. Greenberg submitted a not guilty plea for Kelly to charges in the indictments.

Joycelyn Savage and Azriel Clary, Kelly’s girlfriends who live with him at Trump Tower in Chicago, showed up to court to support the singer.

“Today’s decision to deny bond is a small glimmer of hope, but we look forward to feeling the full rays of justice,” Joycelyn’s mother, Jonjelyn Savage, said in a statement.

Kelly faces a maximum prison sentence of 195 years in Chicago, with decades more in New York.

Philadelphia Prosecutors Support Meek Mill's Request for 2008 Gun and Drug Charges Dismissal

For over ten years now, Meek Mill has faced a series of legal battles.

In 2007, officers in Philadelphia arrested the rapper – real name – on drugs and weapons charges.

According to narcotics officer Reginald Graham, Williams reportedly sold crack cocaine and pulled a gun when officers approached.  Judge Genece Brinkley, who has long presided over Meek Mill’s trials, convicted the rapper on charges of drug possession, firearms violations, and simple assault.  He served 5 months in jail.  After jail, Williams served probation time.

Brinkley continued ruling against the rapper in subsequent trials, repeatedly claiming he violated probation.  Then, after violating her order not to schedule concerts, she sent Williams to jail again.  Finally, two years ago, Brinkley barred the rapper from performing outside Philadelphia and Montgomery County, sentencing him for 2 to 4 years in jail.

Early last year, the Philadelphia Inquirer published a report, revealing Meek Mill’s arresting officers had flat out lied.  Brinkley refused to change her stance, stating she had “committed no error.”  The Pennsylvania Supreme Court eventually set the rapper free.

Now, with Brinkley’s continued refusal, Williams has had enough.

Will Meek Mill finally have a new judge?

Following over ten years of probation, Meek Mill and his legal team will ask an appeals court to overturn his 2008 drug and gun conviction.

According to the rapper’s lawyers, Judge Brinkley has become “overly involved” in Williams’ life.  Thus, she has lost her impartiality.  Citing an example, Brinkley personally oversaw his community service at a homeless shelter.

In a defense brief filed at Pennsylvania Superior Court, appellate lawyer Peter Goldberger wrote,

When a trial judge injects herself into a probationer’s personal and professional life and creates an appearance of bias and, on top of that, makes multiple legally erroneous rulings, the whole judicial system suffers.

Speaking on Reginald Graham’s corruption findings, the office of District Attorney Larry Krasner explained,

Although he was not charged federally with the other officers in the narcotics unit, Graham resigned from the police department prior to being formally dismissed.  The Commonwealth cannot call a witness whose credibility it mistrusts.

Prosecutors serving under Krasner have supported the rapper’s bid to overturn the original conviction and support a retrial under a different judge.

Judge Brinkley’s lawyer, A. Charles Peruto Jr. – who recently lost his lawsuit against Meek Mill, Amazon, and Jay-Z’s Roc Nation – lashed out at the report.

She’s a tough judge across the board.  When you have this kind of money and fame you use it to your advantage to try to show she’s prejudiced against him.  If he wins, it just demonstrates that he’s above the law.

In , Peruto Jr. previously argued he would’ve ruled against Judge Brinkley.


Featured image by Meek Mill (YouTube screengrab).

Blue Ivy, JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino & More To Feature On Beyoncé’s "Lion King" Album

Beyoncé is not only starring in Disney’s live-action remake of The Lion King as Nala, she produced and curated its album, The Lion King: The Gift, for the beloved motion picture too.

On Wednesday (July 10), the Grammy Award-winning superstar released her majestic single “Spirit” off The Lion King: The Gift and today (July 16), the cover art and tracklist for the project was unveiled.

The Lion King: The Gift is set to consist of fresh music from JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino, Tierra Whack, SAINt JHn and Pharell, among others. The album will also feature new songs from Queen Bey, which includes a track titled “Brown Skin Girl” featuring her 7-year-old daughter Blue Ivy Carter.

“I wanted to put everyone on their own journey to link the storyline,” Bey said in a press release. “Each song was written to reflect the film’s storytelling that gives the listener a chance to imagine their own imagery, while listening to a new contemporary interpretation. It was important that the music was not only performed by the most interesting and talented artists but also produced by the best African producers. Authenticity and heart were important to me.”

The Lion King is scheduled to hit theatres July 18 and The Lion King: The Gift is slated for release July 19 Parkwood Entertainment/Columbia Records.

Check out the tracklist and cover art for Beyoncé‘s The Lion King: The Gift album below.

Blue Ivy, JAY-Z, Kendrick Lamar, Childish Gambino & More To Feature On Beyoncé’s "Lion King" Album

1. “Bigger” – Beyoncé
2. “Find Your Way Back (Circle of Life)” – Beyoncé
3. “Don’t Jealous Me” – Tekno, Yemi Alade, and Mr. Eazi
4. “Ja Ara E” – Burna Boy
5. “The Nile” – Beyoncé and Kendrick Lamar
6. “Mood 4 Eva” – Beyoncé, JAY-Z, and Childish Gambino
7. “Water” – Salatiel, Pharrell, and Beyoncé
8. “Brown Skin Girl” – Blue Ivy Carter, St. Jhn, WizKid, and Beyoncé
9. “Keys to the Kingdom” – Tiwa Sawage and Mr. Eazi
10. “Otherside” – Beyoncé
11. “Already” – Beyoncé and Shatta Wale
12. “My Power” – Tierra Whack, Beyoncé, Busiswa, Yemi Alade, Moonchild, and Sanelly
13. “Scar” – 070 Shake and Jessie Reyez
14. “Spirit” – Beyoncé

Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen’s Ex-Wife, Spotted With Bags Full Of Drugs: Report

According to Fox News, Brooke Mueller, Charlie Sheen’s ex-wife, has reportedly relapsed. If you know anybody struggling with addiction, you know just how difficult it is to stay clean. There are demons inside you that try and guide you toward making bad decisions and once you get sucked into that sphere negativity, it can feel impossible to get out. We’ve heard stories from countless individuals about their own struggles with addiction and now, it would appear as though Brooke Mueller is using again after she was reportedly spotted carrying bags filled with drugs at a Rite-Aid.

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During a weekend trip to the Hamptons, Mueller reportedly appeared to be distraught at a pharmacy before begging somebody to help get her home. The stranger explained why he drove her back to her place. “We took her home because we thought she needed help,” they said, according to Page Six. “But once we were in the house, she opened her bags and she had so many drugs it was like ‘Scarface.'”

Apparently, the actress had white powder around her nose and when she arrived home, she asked the men inside why they were being so boring, urging them to “come party.” 

Mueller has struggled with her sobriety for years. Hopefully, she’s able to remain on the right track.

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Post Malone Announces Runaway Tour With Swae Lee & Tyla Yaweh

Los Angeles, CA – Post Malone is hitting the road with his “Sunflower” collaborator Swae Lee. The Beerbongs & Bentleys creator has announced the Runaway Tour, which will feature Swae and Tyla Yaweh as supporting acts.

Malone and company are scheduled to begin their run of shows in Tacoma, Washington on September 14. The North American tour will conclude in Inglewood, California on November 20.

In addition to being the name of the tour, Runaway could also be the title of Malone’s next album. The Billboard 200 chart-topping artist recently began selling some new merchandise that comes with a copy of his third studio LP once it’s released.

As of Monday (July 15), Malone hasn’t officially announced a new album. But, his upcoming tour may be a strong hint the project is coming sooner rather than later.

Tickets for the Runaway Tour officially go on sale this Friday (July 19) at 10 a.m. local time Citi cardmembers can purchase in advance starting Tuesday (July 16) at 10 a.m. until Thursday (July 18) at 10 p..m through Citi Entertainment.

Check out all of the show dates below.

September 14 – Tacoma, WA – Tacoma Dome
September 16 – Vancouver, BC – Pepsi Live at Rogers Arena
September 17 – Portland, OR – MODA Center
September 19 – Sacramento, CA – Golden 1 Center
September 21 – Fresno, CA – Save Mart Center*
September 22 – Las Vegas, CA – Life Is Beautiful Festival
September 26 – St. Paul, MN – Xcel Energy Center
September 29 – Detroit, MI – Little Ceasars Arena
October 3 – Toronto, ON – Scotiabank Arena
October 6 – Buffalo, NY – KeyBank Center
October 9 – Boston, MA – TD Garden
October 11 – Atlantic City, NJ – Boardwalk Hall
October 12 – Washington, DC – Capital One Arena
October 14 – New York, NY – Madison Square Garden
October 17 – Raleigh, NC – PNC Arena
October 18 – Atlanta, GA – State Farm Arena
October 20 – Miami, FL – AmericanAirlines Arena
October 24 – Tampa, FL – Amalie Arena
October 25 – Jacksonville, FL – Vystar Veterans Arena
October 27 – New Orleans, LA – Voodoo Festival
October 29 – San Antonio, TX – AT&T Center
November 2 – Dallas, TX – Posty Fest
November 5 – Houston, TX – Toyota Center
November 8 – Glendale, AZ – Gila River Arena
November 10 – Denver, CO – Pepsi Center
November 11 – Salt Lake City, UT – Vivint Smart Home Arena
November 14 – Oakland, CA – Oracle Arena
November 16 – Anaheim, CA – Honda Center
November 20 – Inglewood, CA – Forum

*Swae Lee not appearing

Caleb McLaughlin Says "Stranger Things" Season Four Isn’t A Sure Thing

Season three  Stranger Things arrived a couple weeks ago and broke Netflix’s streaming record in the process, by no surprise at all. Many fans have surely finished watching the season in full, which means talk when season four will be arriving is at an all-time high. Caleb McLaughlin, who plays Lucas in the series, recently spoke with Entertainment Weekly and explained how the future the show is solely up to the creators, Matt and Ross Duffer. 

“It’s all up to the Duffers and the writers if they want to keep going,” Caleb explained to the publication. “Maybe they want to stop now. Maybe they don’t want to give anyone another season. Maybe they just want to leave you guys hanging like that. I talk to people about this all the time, we can literally leave you guys hanging on the Upside Down.”

Caleb McLaughlin Says "Stranger Things" Season Four Isn't A Sure Thing
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Caleb further discussed the future his character and how Lucas will have to be there for his girlfreind Max since her brother Billy died at the end the season. “Definitely, I mean he probably has to be there for her,” he added. “He seems very clueless in Season 3 about just being a boyfriend in general, so he needs to take it up a notch and be more mature in those moments.”

As for the possible season four, Caleb admits that Lucas may get in trouble for not knowing how to be there for Max considering how young they are, but overall it “would be pretty interesting to see.”