New Details Emerge From Forthcoming Tupac Biopic

Published: Wednesday 18th Nov 2015 by David

Fresh information has surfaced from the drawing board use to sketch plans for a Tupac biopic.

Hit the link below to learn all about it…

‘All Eyez On Me’ will tell the late rapper’s story and, according to a report published today, will begin production this December in Georgia.

Why it’s taken so long? Drama involving its production company Morgan Creek and the film company Emmet Furla Oasis who sued the former for allegedly meeting with distributors, choosing a lead actor and setting up a brand new budget without its consent.

Creek has rubbished the claim that it went behind Furla’s back to pick an actor to portray the ‘Poetic Justice’ star and is now on the hunt for production before the cameras start rolling next month.


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  1. Tyler Makiavelli November 18, 2015

    This biopic better not be disgraceful to Pacs legacy. I dont want no Aaliyah/lifetime type of b*******.

    • RihYonce November 18, 2015

      Exactly or it will be hell to pay , because they gave BIG a huge film & Pac was the better & more popular rapper so he deserves the same treatment

      • Tyler Makiavelli November 18, 2015

        Pac is the most influential rapper in music HISTORY. He’s to Hip Hop what MJ is to Pop. So if they don’t do this right, OFF WITH THEIR HEADS!!!!!

  2. Taylor Tori Azalea November 18, 2015

    Iggy is the new 2pac

    • 1mcluver November 18, 2015

      oh and taylor swift is the new biggie smalls child -____-

    • RihYonce November 18, 2015

      How dare you

      • 1mcluver November 18, 2015

        i don’t know about them but i was being sarcastic

  3. Tyler Makiavelli November 18, 2015

    Oh! And John Singleton directed classics like Poetic Justice, Higher Learning, Boyz In the Hood, and etc. He actually knew Pac personally. So hopefully he’s still involved with this project.

    • Tyler Makiavelli November 18, 2015

      * and Baby Boy

  4. Chile, leave my weave at the door and don’t steal it like those broke ass barb stans November 18, 2015

    Why can’t Hollywood leave these black legends alone if they have no true intention of telling their stories as accurate and unbiased as possible? You already appropriate black culture so much that you delude yourselves into thinking that lice won’t stay long in your greasy hair, and now you want to turn around and profit off of the same culture that you copy but won’t acknowledge? All I have to say is this movie better not paint him as another stereotypical black crime-ridden gangster that uses the N word every ten seconds in every scene. Tupac was a self-loving, socially-conscious intellect that so happened to be a rapper. I expect him to be portrayed as such, but I’m positive Hollywood will purposely ignore that aspect that of him. The actor does look like him, though. I’ll give them that. Let’s just hope this isn’t another gun-toting, misogynistic, stereotype mess of a movie like that dreadful NWA “biopic” was.

  5. RihYonce November 18, 2015

    Yes bout time !!!

  6. RihYonce November 18, 2015

    2 Pac is the greatest rapper ever !! Please show respect

  7. Taylor Tori Azalea November 18, 2015

    F*** billboard
    On their new 10 greatest rappers B.I.G was #1 and Pac was not even on the top 10

    • Tyler Makiavelli November 19, 2015

      Tupacs album sales > Bigs
      I dont care wat billboard has to say b****

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