SOHH Whatcha Think: Backshot City: King's Sexy Women Of Summer + Dr. Dre To Produce Horror Film?!?
Thursday, Mar 22, 2012 9:58AM
It's been a cold winter and Spring is upon us. If you haven't done so already, the time to hop back in the gym and get your muscle game on point is here: Because before you know it, the ladies will be dressing less and checkin' for that special summertime fling.
Speaking of Summer, King Magazine has blessed us with a sneak peek at a lineup of lovely ladies, and believe me when I tell you, picking just one is no easy task. SOHH tell us: Which one of these magazine angels you choosin' if you had to pick one? Hey before you peep, check out one of the mag's most infamous vixens in a throwback vid featuring Rosa Acosta.
Yep yep. Brings back memories. For those of you lucky enough to be viewing that video for the first time -- thank me later. Now, Rosa may not exactly be new news, but here are a few ladies looking to make a name for themselves between the sheets. Magazine sheets. There are a couple of pics we couldn't post here, but not to worry, you can peep them all here.
Whip cream makes an awesome treat, especially on a slice of American pie.
Good lawd -- that's a whole lotta a**. Out of these pics, which one are you lovin the most?
Now that that's outta the way, Dr. Dre is back. No, I'm not talkin' about Detox, it seems the Doc has other things on his mind: Hollywood. Dre is in talks to produce Thaw, a horror movie that, from the title, sounds like a thug version of the popular horror series Saw.
Dr. Dre has been tapped to produce the upcoming horror-thriller Thaw, set to be written by Vik Weet for Crucial Films. According to Variety, Dre is producing with Crucial partner Daniel Schnider, who came up with the idea for the flick. The movie focuses on "an ancient evil that emerges from the rapidly melting ice in the Yukon."(Hip Hop DX)
While most people would rather cop and album or some headphones from Dre, his foray into horror is an interesting surprise. Are you checking for a scary movie from on of rap's most celebrated producers?
[Editor's Note: The views expressed in this column do not necessarily reflect those of SOHH]