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Runner Runner
Release : 2014
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Nsync Essentials
Release : July 29, 2014
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love never felt so good
Release : May 13, 2014
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not a bad thing
Release : 2/24/2014
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Release : 9/30/2013
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Justin Timberlake and Ben Affleck have Las Vegas on edge.

They are the stars of a new film about the murky world of unauthorized online poker that could cast an unwelcome spotlight on a fledgling legal market that Sin City’s biggest players are betting on.


Timberlake and Affleck are set to walk the red carpet with other celebrities at Caesars Palace next month for the premiere of Twenty-First Century Fox’s “Runner, Runner.”

In the movie, Affleck plays an online gambling tycoon in Costa Rica confronted by Timberlake, a graduate student who believes he’s been swindled by the gambling site.

It is a departure from the run of films like the “Hangover” series and “Ocean’s 11” that glamorized casinos and the Las Vegas Strip.

“People very well could get the wrong idea,” said John Pappas, executive director of the Poker Players Alliance. “Not all offshore operators are unregulated bad guys. This is a dramatization, let’s be clear about that. It shows what could be happening in a worst-case scenario.”

Industry groups such as the American Gaming Association are preparing advertising and discussion screenings around the film’s release, to draw a distinction between its portrayal of the seedy trappings of global online poker and a federally regulated market they’re trying to plug.

A legal, well-supervised market protects against fraud and cheating and increases revenue, its proponents argue.

Vegas’s biggest players see online poker as a new market that can offset slowing growth from table-gambling on the Strip. It is a market expected to grow by more than $10 billion in coming years from about $4 billion that’s being bet through unauthorized sites as of 2011.

A few states have already begun legalizing Web poker, eyeing the tax revenue the games will bring.

Yet the Justice Department’s 2011 crackdown on foreign operators has left a sour taste in the mouths of many.

“The specifics of the film are not what we’re associating ourselves with,” said Joe Versaci, chief marketing officer for Station Casino Inc.’s Ultimate Gaming, which, in Nevada last April, became the first company to take online bets in the United States. It has applied for a Web gaming license in New Jersey, which is expected to launch online betting in November.

The problem for most Vegas operators is that they have teamed up with more-experienced poker-game operators overseas, which the film portrays in a sordid light. Caesars tied up with London-listed 888 Holdings, and MGM Resorts has aligned with Bwin.Party Digital Entertainment, to name a couple.

Offshore poker Web sites such as PokerStars were the forces behind the last online poker boom, starting around 2003. That all changed on April 15, 2011, known in the industry as “Black Friday,” when the Justice Department charged the founders of these sites with bank fraud, money laundering and illegal gambling.

The sites were closed to U.S. players, but now tax-hungry states, including Nevada, New Jersey and Delaware, are passing online gambling laws, reopening the market.

The American Gaming Association, the trade group for the world’s big casinos, has decided to spin the movie as part of its lobbying platform for expanded regulation of online gambling.

AGA President Geoff Freeman, in an e-mail sent to its board last week and obtained by Reuters, plans to argue that the film underscores the risks of a poorly regulated market.

Both the AGA and the Poker Players Alliance have long advocated a federal online gambling bill that would allow a larger, more uniform market, but efforts in Congress have stalled. Two bills have recently been introduced in Congress as states move to pass their own laws.

Twenty-First Century Fox had no comment on the AGA letter.

“Hollywood has a way of glamorizing everything up to and including vampires. This is a movie that highlights a part of the Internet that has real downside unless governments act,” said MGM spokesman Alan Feldman.

Caesars thought long and hard about the risk of being associated with the film. The company plans to soon go live with an online poker site in Nevada and is awaiting approval in New Jersey.

“There was a lot of discussion of whether we wanted to be part of ‘Runner, Runner,’ but we decided we could draw a nice distinction between the illegal, unregulated world and the regulated market we are advocating,” said Tariq Shaukat, chief marketing officer for Caesars.

It was also hard to turn away a chance to have Timberlake on a red carpet, he added.

— Reuters

Justin Timberlake has backtracked on reports he boasted N’Sync are better than One Direction by saying he thought he was talking about pies.

The 32-year-old, who reunited with his old band N’Sync at the MTV VMAs last week, is said to have told Vibe magazine: ‘I’ll be willing to say that we’re better than them (One Direction) but I’m not laying down any gauntlet.

‘I’ve seen them a couple of times and I like those guys. It’s interesting to see that whole wave come around.’

But he later played down the dig when he retweeted NME magazine, writing: ‘@NME: Justin Timberlake: N Sync are better than One Direction… I thought the question was about a pie eating contest. My bad. #newsworthy’

Fans of the 90s boyband were left disappointed when they quashed rumours of a reunion tour.

Lance Bass, 34, said: ‘It would be lovely to do it, but we’ve got nothing planned,’ adding, ‘It’s simply not part of the conversation right now. We just focused on that one performance’.

I have been meaning to add these for years now, and since it’s almost WoJ’s decade mark, and with the guys doing the vma’s it only makes sense to get on the ball.

here are some more tracks from various singles / compilations.


511TAGXYP3L__AA200_02 That Girl (Will Never Be Mine)
07 Falling



51gg2qPxRML__AA200_01 Bye Bye Bye (Teddy Riley Remix)
02 Are You Gonna Be There
03 If I’m Not The One
04 I Thought She Knew


byebyebye01 Bye Bye Bye
02 Bye Bye Bye [Instrumental]
03 Could It Be You


gone201 Gone Clubbin’ (I’ll Be Back Late)
02 Gone Clubbin’ (I’ll Be Back Late)
03 Gone (Radio Edit)
04 Gone (Spanish Version Radio Edit)
05 Girlfriend (The Neptunes Remix)


itsgnnabe01 It’s Gonna Be Me
02 It’s Gonna Be Me (Maurice Joshua


hope you guys enjoy these! ( i know ive been listening to some of them)

while i was adding cd scans last night I figured i’d post the cd’s contents as well. only fare right lol


herewego101 Here We Go (Radio Cut)
02 Here We Go (Stonebridge Radio Ver
03 Here We Go (Stonebridge Club Mix)
04 Here We Go (Hudson & Junior Remix
05 Here We Go (Extended Mix)



01. radio edit
02. riprock and alex g crazy driving
03. riprock and alex g remix
04. us version
05. rip rock n alex g smooth haze


tumh101 Tearin’ Up My Heart (Original Ver
02 Tearin’ Up My Heart (Beat Back Ra
03 Tearin’ Up My Heart (Riprock And
04 Tearin’ Up My Heart (Jj Flores Ma

(i only uploaded the bonus tracks)

nsync114 Sailing (Live Version)
15 More Than A Feeling
16 Sundreams
17 Tearin’ Up My Heart (Phat Dub)
18 I Want You Back (Back Beat Radio

hope you guys enjoy the downloads, i’ll be adding more throughout the week

sorry for not posting these sooner, but heres a bunch of pictures of Justin making his way into the mtv party as well as leaving. When Justinis leaving he gets swarmed by fans, but he greets them nicely :)

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and leaving ….

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anyone else think that shirt makes him look like a quaker and or pilgrim ?? haha love u j but that shirt is a no go

With his “Runner, Runner” co-star Ben Affleck now set to play Batman in Zack Snyder’s “Superman vs. Batman,” Justin Timberlake is now fielding a number of Robin-related questions on his latest press tour. Radio station Fresh 102.7 asked the pop star/actor if he’d suit up as Batfleck’s sidekick, a notion that Timberlake immediately shot down.

“Not a chance in hell,” said Timberlake. “I ain’t playing Robin. I have no aspiration to ever be a superhero in a movie.” But don’t despair, Timberlake fans! While he doesn’t want to play a hero, he does namedrop a villain he’d sign up to play in a heartbeat: The Riddler.

“Now villain,” continued Timberlake. “I’ll tell you the villain I want to play more than anything because I grew up loving Batman, funny enough, is the Riddler. The Riddler is my favorite villain… The Riddler was like a sociopath. He was proper crazy. So if I’m gonna play crazy, I’m wanna play proper crazy… I’m ready. The Riddler. Gimme a call.”

If you’ve seen Timberlake host “Saturday Night Live” then you know he can handle the manic madcap energy that actors like Frank Gorshin and Jim Carrey gave to the Riddler during their tenures in the green tights. Timberlake wouldn’t be a bad choice, and it looks like he’d be up for starring alongside Affleck again as well.

“Ben Affleck as Batman, I like it,” said Timberlake. “I worked with Ben last summer and I’ve seen his process. I think he’s a brilliant filmmaker. I think he’s an extreme talent, so he could surprise a lot of people.” While I doubt this will really lead to anything serious, casting Justin Timberlake as Riddler couldn’t outdo the hullabaloo caused by Affleck’s casting. He might even be a welcome addition.