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Hunter Killer: “This Star-Studded Cast Raises Expectations” [Grab Your Free Tix Now!]

Tired of seeing boring movies? Need some excitement on the big screen? Not about that horror movie life?

Today, check out the top five reasons you should go see Hunter Killer when it hits theaters Friday, October 26! [Check out each reason and grab your exclusive passes to a select movie screening while tickets are available!]

1. The Plot

The first reason you should get out to see Hunter Killer is because of the overall plot – this is not a cheesy horror movie, flick filled with superheros or even a romantic comedy. Instead, this is a jam-packed action thrill ride. Peep the plot via Wikipedia:

Deep under the Arctic Ocean, American submarine Captain Joe Glass is on the hunt for a U.S. sub in distress when he discovers a secret Russian coup is in the offing, threatening to dismantle the world order. With crew and country on the line, Captain Glass must now assemble an elite group of Navy SEALs to rescue the kidnapped Russian president and sneak through enemy waters to stop WWIII from beginning. (Wikipedia)

2. The Cast

The second reason you should go check out Hunter Killer is because of the jam-packed cast. If you know anything about Gerard Butler, you know he lives for these types of movies. From flicks like Den of Thieves and Geostorm, he’s always clutch with the action. Along with Butler, you can expect major performances from Gary Oldman, Common and Linda Cardellini. This star-studded cast raises expectations.

3. The Director

The third reason you should check out Hunter Killer is because director Donovan Marsh takes charge and really amps up the stakes. While his name doesn’t ring as many bells as a Michael Bay or Spike Lee, he does have solid Hollywood connections and links to both TV and films from mid-2000’s “Hard Copy” to directing Avenged back in 2013. Without a doubt, the pressure is on for him to deliver a box office success with such a stellar team and if this movie does what it should do, this could become the turning point in his career.

4. The Genre

The fourth reason you should go check out Hunter Killer when it comes out October 26 is because of the action-packed drama. Of course it’s October and there is a need to see horror flicks – but you can always save those for the Netflix and chill goals and really embrace a fun movie. If The Meg set the standard in action-packed fun over the summer, Hunter Killer has the same capabilities for the fall.

5. The Competition

The fifth reason you should go check out Hunter Killer is because there isn’t much competition – at all. Most of the big flicks dropped earlier in the month and this weekend looks like Hunter Killer could go in for the kill facing off with movies like Indivisible and Suspiria or even Mr. Bean returning as Johnny English Strikes Again.

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Minister Louis Farrakhan’s New Album Features Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, Common, and Several More Music Icons

One of many voluminous things about the Honorable Minister Louis Farrakhan is the beloved Nation of Islam leader’s secured relationship with Hip-Hop culture. Such nigh bond is put on display in the debut of Farrakhan’s long-awaited musical compilation project titled Let’s Change The World.

The project attributes a spectrum of eight musical genres including classical, gospel, jazz, folk, opera, reggae, calypso, and rap. Let’s Change The World is bejeweled with features from Grammy Award-winning legends in the likes of Chaka Khan, Stevie Wonder, Stephanie Mills, Deniece Williams alongside Hip-Hop luminaries Rick Ross, Snoop Dogg, and Common and several more music icons including the late Teena Marie and Damian Marley.

The highly anticipated project is a righteous deed of Farrakhan which took 14 years of grand devotion to create. Recording took place all over North America, hitting 16 studios including the one located at the Nation of Islam’s headquarters in Chicago, Mosque Maryam.

Let’s Change The World was released earlier this year on Feb. 23, the dawn of the Nation of Islam’s Saviours’ Day weekend and welcomed by a ravishing music reception in Chicago. Farrakhan dropped insight about the moment he made the project a determined idea during the ceremony, giving hefty kudos to the late renowned musician, Charles Veal.

“This has been 14 years in the making and it started in 2002 with a brother, he may be on the wall somewhere, Charles Veal … he helped me in my playing of the Beethoven Violin Concerto with the symphony in Los Angeles. And he said, ‘Minister would you be willing to do an album?’ and I said ‘yes’ so we started,” recalled Farrakhan via

Let’s Change The World, is the Nation of Islam’s leader grand return to the creative calls of the life element of music. Before joining the Nation of Islam in 1955, Farrakhan was in the midst of a budding professional music career as a calypso singer known as “The Charmer” and owned a hit which reigned the Billboard charts for the following five consecutive years. Before touching the adept music scene of the ’50s, as young as 13 years old, the beloved young virtuoso was a skilled violinist and went on to participate and win national competitions and also played in college orchestras and collective symphonies.

Overall, on the Hip-Hop tip, Farrakhan has expressed his sentiments with Hip-Hop rappers and the power of their positions. In a 2015 interview with the Breakfast Club, he elaborated on why and how he sees rappers as being the leaders of the future:

I was with Brother Snoop, and I was telling my brother how you rappers are the new leaders. You’re the real leaders of the people. The rapper doesn’t think he’s a leader, but he’s got followers all over the world. The biggest preachers don’t have as many followers as one rapper. How can we get you to rap where intelligence is coming through the lyrics with a beat that begins to open the minds of people. Our people want better and they’ll do better if they are shown better.

The project is currently available in the form of a box set, which is a limited edition collector’s item retailing at $250. The elegantly packaged set features over 40 songs, 7 CD’s, and an approximately 100 paged book showcasing exclusive content including interviews and photographs. Farrakhan has surely introduced a supreme segment of sounds the masses will spend careful time dissecting.

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