50 Cent has this TV and film game on lock.
In addition to his expansive deal with STARZ and ABC, Fif has secured a three-picture feature film deal via a partnership with Eli Roth and entertainment studio 3BlackDot.
While the “Get Rich or Die Trying” rapper, whose real name is Curtis Jackson, is known for urban-street dramas, with this new venture his G-Unit Film & Television company will be doing projects that in the horror genre.
Perhaps taking a cue from the Jordan Peele, Fif wants to frighten you out of your socks.
Also assuming some of the financial responsibility for this new direction is Michael Besman, who will work with Arts District Entertainment, Eli Roth’s company.
According to a joint statement from both G-Unit and 3-BlackDot, there will be an “8-figure investment in 50 Cent and G-Unit Film & Television from 3BlackDot.”
50 took to social media to talk about the deal.
“See i’m working, you gonna work with me or just watch me work. i’m 🏃♂️💨 running laps around these fools keep up. LOL #STARZgettheapp