D12 Members Make Movie Plans
EMINEM's rap collective D12 is heading to Hollywood to make two movies together in the coming months.
The five-strong hip-hop group are scheduling the two films for a 2004 release. One, DEVIL'S NIGHT, named after their debut album, is a horror movie, and the other, RUNYON CASH, is named after a street that members of the Detroit, Michigan, band grew up on.
MAX GOUSSE and JEREMY GEFFEN, who together manage D12, are producing the movies. Gousse, who previously worked with now defunct boyband B2K at EPIC RECORDS, executive produced their 2003 movie YOU GOT SERVED.05/08/2004 09:26