Tupac Biopic “All Eyez On Me” Film Starts Production
It’s official, Tupac’s long awaited biopic, “All Eyez On Me” has finally begun production, and photos recently surfaced reveal actress Kat Graham who plays Jada Pinkett Smith and “Notorious” actor, Jamal Woolard who will once again play Brooklyn rapper, Biggie Smalls. Instagram photos on music producer and former A&R of Ruthless and Interscope Records, L.T. Hutton’s Instagram page gave fans a taste of what to expect in the near future.
Hutton shared shots of his director’s chair next to director Benny Boom and other screen grabs of Demetrius Shipp, Jr., who will play the iconic rap star. Excited about the start of production, he captioned the photo, “WORDS CANNOT EXPLAIN!! EPIC!! EPIC!!! EPIC!! #G.O.A.T #WEWORKING #TUPAC #MOVIECOMINGSOON GREAT TIME TO BE ALIVE!”
Surprisingly, Washington Redskins’ wide receiver, Desean Jackson announced his own role in the film, “Been a long Process but I’m proud to announce Its finally that time to present the Tupac Movie !! Shoutout to my Big bro @lthutton We breaking records with this one !! History in the making .. Glad to say I’m A producer on this movie giving the ppl what they want .. Business is Business.”
Also, singer Keyshia Cole recently announced that she’ll be playing Queen, a woman in which she says she personally knew as a child. Saturday, Cole told her 2.6 million followers, “[I’m] so happily to announce I will be playing a part in this movie#AllEyesOnMe#MyFirstMovieRoll #Playing my Girl from back in the day!!!! Her name is #Queen!!!! Don’t mind playing a gangsta. #FULLCircle!!!!! #SheKnewMeAsAChild.”