Snoop Lion has teamed up with Adidas and a few other superstar athletes to put a new twist on an old story.
“The Cautionary Tale of Ebenezer Snoop” is a masterful, animated re-telling of Charles Dickens’ novel A Christmas Carol. Set in modern-day Southern California, this take has David Beckham, Dwight Howard and a few other stars take the places of the ghosts from Dickens’ classic tale.
The “Cautionary Tale” is part of a multimedia campaign that includes a Facebook app and YouTube teaser spots.
Lion, formerly known as Snoop Dogg, awakens one day late in the year to find that his holiday spirit has gone away. He doesn’t hang out with his friends anymore and they all miss having him around. Luckily, tennis great Stan Smith takes it upon himself to help Snoop rediscover his holiday cheer.
Everyone knows Snoop’s parties are the best parties. So ghosts Smith, Beckham and Howard show the rapper how lame his crew has become since he left the game.
We don’t want to give away the ending. You’ll have to see what happens for yourself.
Los Angeles Lakers star Dwight Howard’s ex-girlfriend and baby mama wants him to pay her more than $100,000 in legal fees. Howard and former “Basketball Wives” star Royce Reed are battling it out after Howard filed for sole custody of their young son. TMZ reports that Reed’s attorneys have asked a Florida judge to make Howard pay her legal bills. After all the Lakers...
New team, same old Dwight Howard. After starting the 2012 NBA season at 1-4, the Los Angeles Lakers have bounced back nicely as they currently stand with a record of 7-7 in the Western Conference.
During a recent team flight, Howard somehow gained control of the in-board intercom and decided to have some at the expense of some of his teammates.
The major target of his rant was Kobe...
David Beckham has revealed he has had numerous offers to continue playing after his Los Angeles Galaxy career ends this weekend, but the former England captain does not expect a return to the Premier League.
The 37-year-old will bring the curtain down on six seasons in Major League Soccer in Saturday's MLS Cup final against Houston, and clubs are already lining up to sign the...
Round 2988 between Dwight Howard and his son’s mother, Royce Reed. In this court battle, Royce has filed legal documents in Florida requesting Dwight cover her legal fees. Per TMZ, Royce has about $45,000 in legal fees that she’s spent fighting Dwight on various cases related to the custody of their son Braylon. Per Royce, [...]
Dwight Howard was at Serra High School on Wednesday to film a series of commercials for Mission Athletecare and their various on court products, such as Court Grip, which reduces on court slippage. Howard joins Dwyane Wade, Brandon Jennings and Carmelo Anthony as other partners with the company.
While Time Magazine will count down their picks for the most influential people of the year sometime in the near future, GQ Magazine has something far more interesting in the meantime: “The Least Influential People of 2012″. Topping the parody list is this year’s biggest loser, Mitt Romney, followed by celebrity trainwreck of the year, Amanda Bynes, Madonna with a failed...
GQ recently released a list titled “The Least Influential People of 2012″. One particular NBA player made that list. That player, you may ask? Dwight Howard of the Los Angeles Lakers. GQ did include an important note that states,
Please note that these folks are ranked in no particular order, because all zeros are created equal.
With that said, Dwight Howard is listed...
In the style of our non-stop KIDS BEATING THE MIAMI HEAT AT BASKETBALL coverage comes this clip of Bailey, lion mascot for the NHL’s Los Angeles Kings, out-shooting Dwight Howard, a guy who gets paid to win at basketball. This contest of skills was made possible by the NHL lockout, which has given the league’s mascots a lot of free time, and the Los Angeles Lakers, who are currently...
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