All Eyez On Me TrailerThe new All Eyez On Me trailer for the Tupac Shakur biopic has been released. The movie is likely to be released in 2017.

The movie biopic follows rapper Tupac Shakur’s career, including his time at Death Row Records. It also covers his involvement in the East coast West coast rivalry. And ultimately ends with his murder in 1996.

This year is the 20th anniversary of the rap artist’s death. The release of the movie and this year’s anniversary are all the more poignant due to the death of his mother. Afeni Shakur passed away earlier this year.

The movie is directed by music video director Benny Boom. This is after already working it’s way through Antoine Fuqua and then John Singleton.

Despite various criticisms and long delays, the movie is clearly moving forward and looks like it has the potential to be a worthy tribute to Tupac and his legacy.

The lead actor playing Tupac is Demetrius Shipp Jr. and he bears an uncanny resemblance to him even when he isn’t made up. Check out the trailer below and the interview with Demetrius Shipp Jr. below that.

The Trailer:

Demetrius Shipp Jr. Interview

 

 

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Founder of UrbanFiction.org and supporter of all urban fiction authors. Author of the Makaveli’s Prince books. His first novel, Book One, was described by Street Literature as a “true tribute to hip-hop” and weaves a thrilling ride through some of hip-hop’s darkest secrets. You won’t be able to put his books down. They’re packed with conspiracy, drama and often centered on strong female characters. You’re in for a ride.


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