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Amber Rose is gearing up to take over the tech world with a 3D alter ego.

The unapologetic beauty teamed up with Zoobe to create an innovative new way for fans to make their own digital “Muva” on social media.

“MUVA loves connecting with her Rosebuds. I’m excited to see the wonderful things my fans will create with my 3-D character,” Amber stated.

Rose will “reveal” her Zoobe character at an exclusive event during SXSW on March 13th. The app is free and will be available on iTunes and Google Play.

Jimmy Kimmel‘s infamous “Mean Tweets” segment is back just in time for Sunday night’s Academy Awards.

Kimmel rounded up a slew of celebs for a pre-Oscars Mean Tweets, including Taraji P. Henson, George Clooney and Oscar Isaac. Check out the hilarious clip above.

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Ryan Coogler is showing no signs of slowing down. Following the success of Creed, the director is teaming up with Short Term 12 director Destin Daniel Cretton and poet/playwright Chinaka Hodge to develop Minors, a new television drama series produced by Charles D. King.

Cretton’s 2013 feature Short Term 12 focused on the lives of staff members in a residential treatment facility. Minors will be set in a juvenile-detention facility and based on Coogler, Cretton, and Hodge’s personal experiences. Coogler’s next project is Marvel’s Black Panther.

Empire is back with the trailer for their spring premiere, which means more celeb cameos and juicy story lines. The trailer picks up after Rhonda (Kaitlin Doubleday) has taken a nasty fall down the stairs and the Lyon family rushes to her side in the hospital. Camilla (guest star Naomi Campbell) currently runs the company and plans to make Hakeem (Bryshere Grey) the next CEO.

Empire returns Wednesday, March 30th on FOX. Check out the trailer above.

Amazon’s first original hour-long crime-drama series Bosch is back with season 2.

The trailer for the hit series, based on Michael Connelly‘s best-selling Harry Bosch book, has been released and the entire cast is returning to their LAPD duties. Watch above.

Legendary action star Bruce Willis returns to kick butt in the trailer for his new film Precious Cargo.

Willis plays a murderous crime boss who, after a botched heist, hunts down the seductive thief who failed him. The film also stars Claire Forlani and Mark-Paul Gosselaar.

Precious Cargo hits theaters on April 22.

SOURCE: Vulture, Indie Wire, The Verge, Echoing Soundz | PHOTO CREDIT: Splash, Getty, Youtube