RZA & Ghostface Killah are Working on a Wu-Tang Horror Movie
Stick Up Kids is the name of our movie.
Twenty-five years later, and The Wu-Tang Clan are still out here making it happened. According to a new report from Deadline, RZA and Ghostface Killah are working on a horror movie based loosely on the group.
The movie will be called Angel Dust, and it will be directed by the RZA himself. (RZA has directed three movies so far: The Man with the Iron Fists, Love Beats Rhymes, and Cut Throat City, which hasn’t been released yet. According to Deadline, the movie will be based around real-life circumstances the group went through growing up in Staten Island.
The story was created by Ghost himself and manager Caruso. The script is being handled by Matt Leslie and Stephen J. Smith (the two wrote Summer of ’84 togther).
Of course, there will be a soundtrack, which Ghostface will handle. And RZA will be taking care of the score.