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rapperT-I.jpg T.I. will be featured in the upcoming Ant-Man movie from Marvel Comics. The film, directed by Peyton Reed (Bring It On), is due in theaters on July 17, 2015. There's no word on Tip's role, but, according to Black Film, the production is shooting in his hometown of Atlanta, Georgia. The all star cast also includes Paul Rudd and Michael Douglas.

bandBonJovi-101609.jpg Jon Bon Jovi recently took the ALS Ice Bucket Challenge, posting video of the chilling experience to YouTube. In line with IBC guidelines, Jovi nominated his three bandmates - Tico Torres, David Bryan and Richie Sambora - to participate. "On behalf of myself and my friends back here, I want you to know I wanted to be the first to rise to the occasion."

willienelson-121211.jpg Willie Nelson has revealed that he hasn't had to purchase marijuana in years thanks to his loyal fan base. The legendary country star opened up about his never ending supply during a recent interview with Rolling Stone. "Oh yeah, I've run out," Willie said in the interview. "But usually somebody will bring us some weed."

Jacksonbrowne-040514.jpg Jackson Browne has released "The Birds of St. Marks," a cut from his upcoming album, Standing in the Breach. The cut, originally demoed in 1970, is said to have been inspired by Browne's relationship to Nico, who had previously recorded Browne's song "These Days" with the Velvet Underground.

Eltonjohn-071511.jpg Elton John says that he does not support the U.K. Independence Party [UKIP], the country's right wing, populist party. Its leader, Nigel Farage says that he spent time with Elton and his partner David Furnish, who teased that the pair might support UKIP. "Elton will not be favoring any party," a rep for Elton told the Guardian.

Ladygaga2-060111.jpg Lady Gaga has revealed the cover art to her upcoming Tony Bennett collab Cheek to Cheek. The image features a brunette Mother Monster nuzzling up to the legendary singer. "Artwork For #CheekToCheek by the incredible Steven Klein @SKstudly I love this photograph, and very honored to be in it with my Tony," wrote Gaga on Twitter.

BobSeger-032811.jpg Bob Seger has confirmed that his new album Ride Out is set for release on October 14. It will be Seger's first new collection of songs since 2006's Face The Promise and will feature tracks including "Detroit Made" and "All of the Roads."

Johnnymarr-072114.jpg Johnny Marr has opened up about the inspiration and the themes behind his second solo studio release Playland. The album is due on October 7, and the rocker sat down with Rolling Stone to explain why it may be his most authentic release to date.

NickiMinaj-081011.jpg Nicki Minaj gives Drake a lap dance in the video for "Anaconda," a cut from her upcoming LP, The Pink Print. Nik wears fishnet leggings, a pink bra and a black baseball cap as she dances for and on Drizzy in the vid. "I was probably thanking the higher ups for that very moment," tweeted Drake. "Def the best invite to a video shoot EVER. #ViewsFromMyChair"

kidrock-100109.jpg Kid Rock will be a granddad once his son, Bobby Ritchie Jr. and son's girlfriend, give birth to their child. Bobby's gf is currently four months along, reports Us Weekly. In 2000, Kid won a custody battle against his ex-girlfriend Kelley South for Bobby and has raised him alone from the age of seven.

ArcadeFireandFoals-052411.jpg Arcade Fire covered the Pixies's "Alec Eiffel" during their set in Mansfield, Massachusetts. "Alec" is the latest in a long line of regional covers played by AF during their current Reflektor tour. Win Butler also shouted out the Boston-based charity Partners in Health of which he's a noted supporter: "It's the coolest thing that came out of Boston, aside from the Pixies."

JazmineSullivan-033114.jpg Jazmine Sullivan has released "Stupid Girls," a cut from her upcoming third studio album, Reality Show. The unveiling came on NPR, which was on hand with Jaz at the Essence Festival in New Orleans. "While we were in the city for the Essence Music Festival, we asked Jazmine Sullivan to meet us there," said Frannie Kelly of NPR.

KanyeWest-09292009.jpg Kanye West has brought in Paul McCartney to work on his new album. West (who has previously referred to himself as "the dark Beatle") and McCartney are collaborating already on the tune "Piss On Your Grave," which will appear in West's upcoming album. Though the collaboration is only being reported on "Page Six" thus far and representatives for West have yet to confirm it.

joshgracin-082014.jpg Josh Gracin has been released from the hospital after a suicide scare. The American Idol season two contestant had been taken to a Nashville hospital and placed on a psychiatric hold last week after he posted cryptic messages on his Facebook page, including one in which he mentioned having marital difficulties and alluded to ending his life.

jackwhite-112009.jpg Jack White posted pics to Instagram of a brand new hairdo - a slicked back pompadour and matching sideburns, recalling the look of a 1950s era rocker. "Jack White getting ready to play Kansas City #jackwhite #thirdmanrecords #kansascity #midlandtheatre #august18," the post is captioned. "sooo look who is getting pretty hot these days," said one commenter.