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Michael B. Jordan Is Starring in a Matrix Reboot Directed by The Wachowskis.

Those Matrix reboot rumors are finally taking shape in reality, and according to recent reports, we may get one as soon as next year. According to Discussing Film, the film is going into production under Warner Bros., with Lana and Lilly Wachowski directing.

“As previously reported by THR, Zak Penn will write the screenplay and Michael B Jordan will star,” says Discussing Film. “We have learned that the Wachowskis will return to direct the film and will begin production in early 2020 in Chicago, they have been secretly prepping the film under the working title ‘Project Ice Cream’. Plot details are currently under wraps for the film however the project is already beginning to fill out it’s crew with Hugh Bateup, who was an art director on 1999’s ‘The Matrix’ set to return to the franchise as the production designer for this film.”

NBA Commissioner Adam Silver Says He’s ‘Sensitive’ to the Term ‘Owner’.

TMZ bumped into Adam Silver in NYC, where they asked how he was feeling about NBA teams recently stepping back from the term “owner.”

“We moved away from that term years ago,” he told TMZ Sports. “I don’t want to overreact to the term because, as I said earlier, people end up twisting themselves into knots avoiding the use of the word owner,” Silver continued … “But, we moved away from that term years ago in the league.”

He added, “We call our team owners ‘Governor of the team’ and ‘alternate Governor.'”

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Bernie Sanders Wants to Cancel $1.6 Trillion in Student Loan Debt.

This is an effort we can get behind. Bernie Sanders is working to cancel $1.6 trillion in student loan debt with a proposed bill.

“As part of his tuition-free policy bid, Sanders is proposing that the federal government use funding to eliminate the student loan debt of 45 million Americans,” Complex explains. “Under this legislation, both undergraduate and graduate loan debt would be canceled and paid for by instituting a tax on Wall Street that he says will raise more than $2 trillion over the course of the next decade, per the Washington Post.”

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