It has been confirmed that a screenplay written by late rapper Tupac Shakur titled Live 2 Tell will be turned into a motion picture.
The movie is about a young powerful drug lord who is trying to leave his life of drugs and crime behind.
Shakur wrote the screenplay in 1995 while serving a prison sentence on sexual assault charges.
Insomnia Productions brought the film rights to the screenplay from Tupac's mother Afeni Shakur, whom also has control over his estate.
Insomnia Productions and producers Preston Holmes (Hustle and Flow) and Afeni Shakur are planning on releasing the film sometime next month.
Tupac wrote the script, with intentions of portraying the main character it has been said.
Casting for the film is already underway, while filming could start as early as the end of this month.
There have also been rumors circulating that a film about Tupac's own life is in the works, after the success of "Notorious" a film about late rapper Notorious B.I.G., in which Tupac is portrayed in the film.