"We have talked about [a biopic film]. His estate is pretty confused, like any estate is in our country. The estate is kind of confused on what to do, and all the rights and all that shit, but it’s definitely been talked about. There’s also been talk about a Wu-Tang Clan movie. So we’ll see what life brings. In my opinion, I’d rather see an ODB pic than a Wu-Tang Clan pic. But an ODB pic, just to really describe his life, would be good. Right now, there is a documentary that’s done that’s pretty good. It ain’t a knock out of the park, but it’s pretty good, it gives a nice piece of him. Then you start with that, and we can build more awareness about his life, and build more interest in people seeing a movie about it."Maybe Chris Rock puts on some serious weight and delivers his first real dramatic/crazy performance? Dare to dream? The RZA also says the screenplay to his martial arts film, "Iron Fist," that he's developing with Eli Roth, has been rewritten and polished several times and is now complete. It's just a matter of someone becoming interested and financing the project. He says it's "circulating through the system, and it should be all cracking up pretty soon."
"I don’t think I want to really describe [the premise], I think I just want to say that we’re striving to do what I did in hip-hop for film. It’s striving to bring the originality and excitement that I brought to hip-hop to the silver screen. I don’t want to give the movie away. You know, it’s action, it’s a certain genre, but I think I’ve got a certain twist of originality and a certain way of filming, a certain way of seeing scenes, that only a few people in Hollywood see. And definitely only a few people of my generation see. So I don’t know if that gives you any information or not."His film fingers in many pots, the RZA along with Samuel L. Jackson have signed up to be producers (and possibly actors) in the upcoming remake of the Bruce Lee story, "The Last Dragon." [A/V Club]