50 Cent says he’s spinning the 2002 movie 8 miles to a TV show.
The rapper announced during an appearance on Friday big boy tv A YouTube channel to show that the TV show of this semi-autographed movie about Eminem’s life is “moving”.
“I will take him 8 miles to TV,” he revealed, adding that Eminem, 50, is on board to help produce the show.
“It’s going to be big. I’m working. I don’t have a dud. I’m hitting 100.” I think it should be there.”
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According to the rapper, the project will provide a “backstory” to the film and show Eminem in his youth. He also expressed his desire for the show to share Eminem’s story with new audiences.
The film’s story was last revisited in 2020, when Eminem, who won Best Original Song at the 2003 Academy Awards for “Lose Yourself” from the film’s soundtrack, performed the national anthem at the 2020 Academy Awards. bottom. She appeared after Eminem missed the award ceremony.
Most candidates tend to perform the song on stage, but Eminem skipped the ceremony entirely in 2003. I fell asleep watching TV. detroit free press reported at the time.
The rapper had previously decided to attend the Swank ceremony, deciding that it “wasn’t his kind of gig,” the paper noted. ” to co-author Luis Resto.
Eminem took to Instagram to share a clip of Rest receiving the award without him, writing, “Thank you @theacademy for having me. Shame it took me 18 years to get here.”
Last October, he released a re-release of the film’s original soundtrack to commemorate the song and the film’s additional music. 8 miles20th anniversary.
“I’m still standing here yelling ‘f*** the Free World’. #8 miles The 20th Anniversary Deluxe Edition of the soundtrack is out streaming Friday!” he wrote. along with the announcement of the re-release with snippets from the movie.