Adidas and Snoop Dogg already have a working relationship in place, as the rapper and long-time football fan is the brand’s official Director of Football Development. For Adidas’ Turf’d Up project, Snoop Dogg will interview ex-nfl players, iconic sports personalities, and both traditional and digital celebrities, including John Salley, George Lopez, Willie McGinest, Antonio Pierce, iJustine, and Jesse Wellens of PrankvsPrank. Cashmere Agency headed production on the eight episodes of Turf’d Up, which will debut on Snoop Dogg’s WestFestTV YouTube channel that's in possession of over 1.3 million subscribers.
This is not the first time Snoop Dogg has participated in a web series surrounding the theme of football. In September 2015, AOL
Things aren't so lovey-dovey back at camp. The three teams meet up on the field, where Alison tells them they've officially reached the halfway point. Oh, and also Damien broke his arm or something? He has a sling, which he says is due to a boxing injury. Why didn't they show that on camera? Anyway, they'll be coached by NFL athletes this episode. The Red Team is assigned Michael Irvin, who played with the Dallas Cowboys and is a three time Superbowl champion. The White Team will be coached by Donald Driver, who does a funky dance before announcing that he's from the Green Bay Packers. Willie McGinest is up next, and like the rest of the crew, he's won a lot of Superbowls. Also, he knows Damien!
Over the past 15 seasons, contestants on the NBC reality weight-loss competition have provided some amazing and shocking moments for the live finale. And, in honor of the show's 10 years on the air, People has a video compilation of 10 of the most inspirational Biggest Loser success stories all in one place.
From Season 2 contestant Pete Thomas's 185-lb. weight loss to Danni Allen's season 14-winning 121-lb. weight loss, The Biggest Loser has helped more than 300 contestants lose more than 33,000 lbs., according to NBC.
But these contestants say
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Al Pacino (Stand Up Guys) fights battles on and off the field in Oliver Stone’s (Savages) sports movie Any Given Sunday.
Not one of critics’ favorite films of three-time Academy Award-winning director Oliver Stone, Any Given Sunday nevertheless clicked with fans, grossing a tidy $75.5 million in theaters and a 74% moviegoer approval rating on Rotten Tomatoes.
Our Disc Dish critics are on the more positive side for the film. While not a favorite, it’s a good one to have in your collection if you’re a fan of Pacino, Stone or definitely football. Even if you’re not into the actors and drama, the game footage is gorgeous.
Rated R, Any Given Sunday stars Al Pacino as Tony D’Amato, head coach for the fictional Miami Sharks football team, who won back-to-back championships four years ago. When the
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