Johnny Depp's Biggie & Tupac Movie is Pulled From Theaters a Month Before it's Set to Be Released
Will we ever see this Tupac and Biggie movie?
City of Lies, Johnny Depp’s new movie about the murders of Tupac and The Notorious B.I.G., has been pulled from theaters only a month before it was set to release.
The Brad Furman-directed film, which is being distributed by Global Road, was set to release on September 7th. However it has been pulled from the schedule, with no official reason given, according to the Hollywood Reporter.
City of Lies was not given a new date.
Because there was no reason given, one can only assume.
The two reasonable explanations are: A, the studio got scared off by all the bad press Depp has received, Or, B, the movie sucked.
In City of Lies Depp stars as LAPD Detective Russell Poole, who is trying to solve the murders of Tupac Shakur and The Notorious B.I.G. Forest Whitaker stars as a journalist assisting the detective.
If you haven’t watch it yet, check out the trailer for City of Lies below.