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davidlynchfan
03-18-03, 12:45 AM
http://images.launch.yahoo.com/000/004/337/4337191.jpg IN DA <img src=http://www.seeing-stars.com/Images/slides/ChineseTheatre2(small).JPG> ?

Y'all know that rapper with the #1 hit single "In da Club",
Well I don't want to see it happen :p but it's the inevitable!
Will he outdo Eminem's 8 Mile if he does?

"Go shortay it's yo Birthday!"

darkflounder
03-18-03, 01:57 AM
Another rapper in a movie??

Yeah, that's exactly what this world needs.

Maybe a cop buddy picture with Jackie Chan. Or even better. Owen Wilson.

Yeah, that's exactly what this world needs.

Just as sports stars shouldn't rap, musicians shouldn't act.

Jackskeleton
03-18-03, 01:58 AM
As DMX's last film shows.. not all movies with rappers do well.

Kudama
03-18-03, 02:01 AM
The world wants what the world wants.

It's not for me to say.

(I'll be home watching a good movie, though.)

Iron Chef
03-18-03, 07:48 AM
I know! He can play the black cop, and someone else can play the white cop, and hillarity will ensue.

DVDHO
03-18-03, 07:03 PM
The man has a speech impediment how the hell do you think he is gonna act let alone rap,if he does act he's the next Ja Rule in my book.

buckee1
03-18-03, 07:21 PM
Originally posted by DVDHO
The man has a speech impediment how the hell do you think he is gonna act let alone rap,if he does act he's the next Ja Rule in my book.

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matome
03-18-03, 07:34 PM
Can't wait for him and Steven Seagal to get together. That'll put Steve's career back on track full time!

MrPeanut
03-19-03, 12:47 AM
That's an insult to Ja Rule

isamu
03-19-03, 01:23 AM
Maybe he can go get some foodstamps and go to the studios in some county blues and a bag full of aunt jamima and watermelons...who wants some free watermelons:D

Jepthah
03-19-03, 12:56 PM
If the guy can't rap worth a s--t, how good an actor can he be?

Rypro 525
03-19-03, 07:23 PM
One answer, two words F**K NO!!

dannybal_2000
03-19-03, 10:46 PM
You can have him play a thug who gets his underage ho's to take da fall for him from da po-pos and have a white rapper H.B. O. True to life, G, true to da life!

Brak55
03-19-03, 10:57 PM
I'd rather see 50 cent in da jail.

Zodiac_Speaking
03-20-03, 10:04 AM
Why?

It's not acting if they are playing something close to what they say they are (Not gangstas in my book all wannabes). Why don't they try a different role like Mos Def did in Monster's ball.

Better let why don't they stay away from acting altogether.

davidlynchfan
04-11-05, 03:38 PM
Called it! :p Finally! I just hope the gangsta can ackkk!

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0430308/

The Bus
04-11-05, 04:14 PM
"Samuel L. Jackson was offered a role in the film, but turned it down, citing his dislike for rap stars in feature films."

Hahahaha.

Personally, I do not mind seeing Ice Cube. I like him. But Fiddy? Ehhhh....

GuessWho
04-11-05, 04:19 PM
"Samuel L. Jackson was offered a role in the film, but turned it down, citing his dislike for rap stars in feature films."

So I guess Jackson was contractually obligated and forced against his will to appear in Ice Cube's xXx movie

"Who's replacing Vin? Oh shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit"

riley_dude
04-11-05, 05:17 PM
Never cared for the guy or rap in general and dont see how this guy ends up on the top of the charts.

I hope the film is as good as Vanilla Ice' debut.

devilshalo
04-11-05, 05:43 PM
Two Quarter Mile? I'll pass.

nowayjesus
04-11-05, 06:10 PM
So I guess Jackson was contractually obligated and forced against his will to appear in Ice Cube's xXx movie

"Who's replacing Vin? Oh shiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiit"

Well, to be fair, Ice Cube has had a pretty lengthy film career.

necros
04-11-05, 06:33 PM
I like Ice Cube, and Mos Def has been good in what I've seen him in.. and there's other musicians that make good actors too... the only problem is it's mostly just studios throwing musicians into films to sell tickets.. and most of the time, said musician should stick to what they know best...

Mr. Cinema
04-11-05, 06:43 PM
I loved Dwight Yoakam in both "Sling Blade" and "Panic Room". He's one of the better musicians who can actually act.