One of the best and realest films about Eazy-E .
Ice Cube will revisit his gangsta past later this month, when he performs numerous N.W.A songs with MC Ren and DJ Yella at a Los Angeles concert. “It’s just gonna be a great night,” Ice Cube tells Rolling Stone of his BET Experience gig at the Staples Center on June 27th. “We’re gonna be there….
Read more: http://www.rollingstone.com/music/news/ice-cube-will-reunite-n-w-a-for-bet-experience-show-20150608#ixzz3cc3ooRbN
Earlier this week the actors who will play Ice Cube, Eazy-E, and Dr DRE were announced. Dre will be played by Marcus Callender (although, according to The Hollywood Reporter, Dre initially wanted Michael B. Jordan, whose filming commitments didn’t make it possible for it to happen), with Jason Mitchell taking on the role of Eazy-E. Add O’Shea Jackson Jr as Ice Cube. The film is set to be released 8-14-15.
Many people are upset due to the fact that none of Eazy’s children or family got the role to play The Godfather of Gangsta Rap. A Petition has been started to try and get some attention and possibly change the role of who will play Eazy-E.
Please click the link below and sign the petition . Spread the word!
Here is your chance to support the movement and help out in the completion of the realest Eazy-E film ever made.
The Final release date for “Ruthless Memories” A documentary about the late rapper Eazy-E will officially be released March 27th 2013, exactly 18 years after his death. We are currently working in obtaining some unreleased footage of Eazy-E that would add great visual to the film. Another reason for the delay is that we are working hard on making sure “Ruthless Memories” is a professional, quality work that will please all fans. You can PRE ORDER HERE
Would you like to be in the DVD? MORE INFO HERE
Sunday, January 20th We will release a extended trailer of the film.
Also, everyone who purchases the documentary will get a private 20 minute preview of the documentary. starting January 20th.
Ruthess Memories , A documentary about the life and legacy of Eric Eazy-E Wright will officially be released January 18th 2013
The releases date was scheduled for December 21st 2012 but has been pushed back due to some minor legal issues. We are working hard to get these issues resolved so we can put out the film. We are working hard in re editing some parts of the film in order to avoid further problems.
Thank You to everyone who already pre ordered the film. We want this documentary to satisfy all Eazy-E fans and i am confident that the finished product is not going to let you down. We are also planning a SPECIAL 20 minute screening of the film on Jan 18th at 8pm Pacific / West coast time. We will stream the first 20 minute of the documentary for the world to get a sneak peak of the film.
On Friday September 7th 2012 Eric (Eazy-E) Wright would have turned 48 years old. On this very special day Eazy-ECPT.com / Ruthless Propaganda hosted a historic event in celebration of E.
The location was Downey California. Less than a few miles from The City of Compton and Norwalk Ca. Two Los Angeles County cities Eazy once called home.
The DJ for the night was DJ Drewmatik, playing those classic Eazy-E joints to keep the crowd entertained before the show begins.
The lineup was packed of great artists who were impacted by Eazy-E. Some of the artists were J-Loco, Rob G, Tony Muthaphukkin G, Faided amongst others.
Ruthless Alumni in attendance were Kid Frost, Rhythm D, Loesta, Dirty Red, DJ Speed (of NWA) , BG Knocc Out, GiGi of Menajatwah and Steffon.
The night was made very special by the attendance of EAZY-E’s Mom Kathie Wright. accompanying her were other family members of The Hip Hop Thugsta.
I was very honored and happy to have kathie and the family join us for the celebration of Eazy’s Birthday.
The performances went smooth, great media coverage by OnDaGrindTV, video will be available soon.
We ended the night with a performance by Lil Eazy-E, Eazy-E3, Yung Eazy and the Compton Money Gang. It was the perfect end to a very special night.
I want to thank the Wright Family and everyone he attended the tribute show. Also all of those who came in from out of state or country. Dopeman, Todd and Tamara. I also heard some people flew in from Seattle and Atlanta. much love to everyone. hope u all enjoyed the night.
More Pictures and Video soon.
A scene from the movie
“EXT. CEMETERY – NIGHT
Harold & Kumar walk through the creepy graveyard. Harold nervously walks over to Tupac’s grave, while Kumar continues listening to Dr. Dre’s The Chronic on his iPod. Just then, Kumar springs to life…
KUMAR: Roldy, wait a second! I got it! It’s here in the chorus! Rat-tat-tat-tat-tat-a-tat like that…never hesitate to put a….
HAROLD (finishing his sentence): Nigga on his back! That’s it! Check the back of the tombstone!”
It’s very interesting that the NEW Harold & Kumar film might have been a movie about Eazy-E.
It’s a shame that it was not created. Prop’s to the writers for coming up with the concept and giving it a shot.
=====================================article by http://nymag.com below.
“Here we were again … developing a new concept with the same characters. So we got together at one of our houses and “brainstormed” potential H and K stories (much in the same way Willie Nelson “brainstorms” songs). People often ask us if we use marijuana to come up with comedy ideas. The answer is no. Smoking weed doesn’t make comedy writing any easier. (It just makes it more fun.)
After brainstorming our lungs out, we came up with two stories that we were excited enough to write. We met up with our producers and pitched them both concepts. The first was A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas. The concept was simple: Let’s put Harold and Kumar in a classic Christmas movie. The fact that we weren’t raised Christian wasn’t a problem — some of the best Christmas movies and songs have been made by Jews (although Hurwitz and Schlossberg definitely sounds more Jewish than Favreau). The producers seemed excited by the Christmas idea, but they were concerned the movie wouldn’t be finished quickly enough for the holiday season.
So we pitched them our second concept, Harold & Kumar and the Legend of Eazy-E’s Stash. In this movie, Harold and Kumar find out about an amazing bag of weed that once belonged to Eazy-E in the early nineties. Before he died, Eazy and one of his top hoes hid the bag somewhere in the United States and left clues to its whereabouts within famous rap lyrics. (Kinda like the dollar bill in National Treasure.)
Believe it or not, our producers loved the Eazy-E idea and told us to go work on it. We actually spent a couple days thinking about it. One can only imagine what that script would have looked like …
it turned out that the logistics of getting the rights to Eazy-E’s estate were more challenging than distributing a holiday film. So we stopped working on the Eazy idea in favor of A Very Harold & Kumar Christmas.”
Read the entire interview below
Lot’s of love and respect to Actor Jonah Hill for giving Eazy-E prop’s @ the 2008 MTV Movie Awards. He was wearing a classic Eazy-E T-Shirt during the show.
You can check out Jonah Hill in the very funny comedy SuperBad.
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