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Eminem to star in 3D hip-hop horror film

Rap star Eminem is set to star in a 3D hip-hop horror movie, according to reports.


London, Nov 8 : Rap star Eminem is set to star in a 3D hip-hop horror movie, according to reports.

As reported by trade paper Screen International, the rapper - real name Marshall Bruce Mathers III - will also produce 'Shady Talez', a horror anthology, said to be a cross between Creep Show and vintage TV program The Twilight Zone.

The film will be Eminem's first big-screen appearance since his role in 2002's 8 Mile, reports the BBC.

'Shady Talez' will feature three stories offering a hip-hop spin to classic horror films.

The project is being backed by DJ Classicz, a division of Davis Entertainment - the US company behind the Garfield and Aliens vs Predator movies.

The film will also incorporate a four-issue Shady Talez comic book series, due out in 2010.

ANI

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