Rick Ross, Mike Epps Casted for New Movie, ‘The House Next Door’

Rick Ross is taking his talents to the big screen next year. The Maybach Music Group boss will be starring in a new movie The House Next Door alongside Mike Epps.

This film is a sequel to the 2016 movie Meet the Blacks. Rozay joins the cast with Danny Trejo, Katt Williams, Zulay Henao, King Bach, Lil Duval, Michael Blackson and Tyrin Turner, according to Deadline.

The second installment follows the story of Carl Black (Epps) who becomes a best-selling author and moves his family back to his childhood crib. Black’s neighborhood welcomes a pimp played by Williams, who Black’s cousin believes is actually a vampire who wants to steal his family.

It’s unclear what role he will play in the forthcoming flick. Rick Ross made his acting debut in 2008’s Days of Wrath. He previously appeared in Ride Along 2, and the television series Magic City.

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Apple Working on Fix for Bug Causing iPhone X Display to Become Temporarily Unresponsive in Cold Weather

Over the course of the last week, there have been a growing number of complaints from users who have discovered that the display of the iPhone X becomes unresponsive in the cold.

Users on both reddit and the MacRumors forums have noticed that their iPhones immediately refuse to recognize some touch input when exposed to cool outdoor temperatures. As it turns out, there is a software bug causing the issue, which Apple says will be addressed in an upcoming update. From a statement to The Loop:

“We are aware of instances where the iPhone X screen will become temporarily unresponsive to touch after a rapid change to a cold environment. After several seconds the screen will become fully responsive again. This will be addressed in an upcoming software update.”

Apple says its iOS devices operate best between temperatures of 0º and 35º C (32º to 95º F), but some of the people who are experiencing issues have seen display problems within these temperature parameters. Reddit user darus214, for example, had his iPhone X act up when it was 45 to 50ºF outside.

I’ve noticed that my iPhone X screen becomes very unresponsive as soon as I step outside. It literally takes 2 seconds from going inside to the cold outdoors and my screen stops being very responsive. I try swiping on websites and it doesn’t register my finger. It’s very noticeable. Is anyone else having this problem?

Not all iPhone X users are experiencing problems with the display in cold weather, and those that are see the problem occur as soon as cold exposure happens rather than after a period of time, which does indeed suggest a software issue. Most affected users have said that the problem clears up after a few minutes. From the MacRumors forums:

I have a space gray 256gb iPhone X and I really like the phone, except…

I live in Finland and here is cold (-30-5°C) about 6 to 7 months in a year. Yesterday I noticed that when I’m outside and temperature hits about -1°C (~30°F) my iPhone X’s display becomes working incorrectly. Some touches aren’t recognized and some are not accurate at all. Problem solves itself after about 3-5 minutes of use, or when I go back indoors.

This is driving me crazy. Anyone else having this kind of problem with the phone?

It’s not clear when Apple will fix the cold weather bug, but a fix could come in iOS 11.2, which is currently in beta testing. Apple this morning released iOS 11.1.1, an update that addresses an autocorrect bug that caused “i” to correct to “A[?]” on some devices.

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Joe Biden Tells Oprah Winfrey About His ‘Regret’ Over Not Being President!

If only, Joe Biden. If only.

In an interview with Oprah Winfrey, the former Vice President revealed his regret at not being President.

Related: Joe Slams Trump In Powerful Op-Ed!

Sharing in the exclusive excerpt obtained by Good Morning America, the 74-year-old confessed to the icon:

“I have a regret that I am not President, because I think there is so much opportunity. I think America is incredibly well positioned.”

As you may or may not remember, Joe decided not to run for President in 2016 after his son Beau died of brain cancer just a few months earlier.

Telling Oprah of the reasoning behind his decision, he explained:

“I don’t regret the decision I made because it was the right decision for my family. No woman or man should announce that they are running for President unless they can answer two questions. One, do they truly believe they are the most qualified, which I think I was, but was I prepared to give my whole heart, my whole soul, all my attention to the endeavor? And I knew I wasn’t.”

And while he never named Donald Trump, the politician did seem to refer to him with his thoughts on what makes a good leader:

“They understand their strengths, and they understand their weaknesses. They play to their strengths and try to shore up their weaknesses. And the people who don’t do that are the people who aren’t self-aware enough to know … because most of the time that abuse ends up in their downfall as well.”

Ugh. Trump isn’t the leader we need!

There’s always 2020, right, Joe??

‘GRIND’ Teases New Supreme Editorial Featuring Jason Dill

For its latest issue, GRIND magazine focuses on the theme, “Continue to love the tradition, seeking new things,” as it emphasizes classical things with tradition and history, and examines the classics and street culture of London.

Fronted and modeled by legendary skater Jason Dill, decked out in the latest FW17 offerings from Supreme, the juxtaposition of old and new is carefully executed into a perfect marriage of modern styling.

Availability for this December 2017 issue of GRIND magazine is set for Friday, November 10.

Stay tuned for more from the upcoming editorial!

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