In a word, no. Scary Movie 3 ... 8 Mile, with Simon Rex playing the white rapper. The scenes here are lifted right from Em's movie, even in his pre-show puke, except the stall isn't empty this time. The redemption comes at the end of a freestyle rap battle.
Those on the ground are reporting scenes of devastation in Ealing Broadway ... taken from a car, on this Facebook page. Rap music and men's shouting can be heard. Locals say it is a Sony distribution centre, not a Sainsbury's depot.
Read More » Posted on Wednesday, September 21st, 2016 by Jacob Hall Academy Award winning filmmaker Curtis Hanson, whose credits include masterpieces like L.A. Confidential, hits like 8 Mile ... Prankster’), deleted scenes, and a feature on the visual.
Universal Studios Home Entertainment has announced that they will bring the Eminem film '8-Mile' to Blu-ray on November 18th. A week later, on November 25th, they will bring the Jake Gyllenhaal film 'Jarhead' and the Jamie Foxx film 'The Kingdom' to Blu-ray.
8 Mile, the semi-autobiographical film about Eminem that was named after a road in Detroit, featured cameos by the likes of Detroit underground staples such as Miz Korona and MarvWon (some in bonus DVD footage). For years, Detroit's rap scene was largely.
Detroit rapper Marv Won was hired as an extra for 8 Mile, which was released 13 years ago Sunday (November 8). He made headlines when the DVD for the film was released with a deleted scene featuring ... the crowd can hear the battle.
It’s a hodgepodge of extra material, put together in a similar manner to “Blossoms and Blood,” which appeared on the “Punch-Drunk Love” DVD. Less a rigid selection of deleted scenes than a ... “About 20% of all battle casualties in the American.
He’s most recognizable as Greg - aka the guy who was banging Kim Basinger - in 8 Mile ... the extra features on their discs typically tend to be pretty skimpy. Such is the case with this release. There are cast and crew interviews and deleted scenes.
If you've ever watched Marv Won and Eminem's "8 Mile" battle on YouTube ... because that was one of the main scenes they sold the DVD on," Marv explained. "That was the footage they sent to 'Entertainment Tonight,' 'Extra' and 'Access Hollywood.