RZA and Ghostface Killah are identified for creating basic music collectively. Now, they’re becoming a member of forces for a special sort of collaboration.

According to Deadline, the Wu-Tang Clan members are a producing a brand new horror/thriller movie titled Angels of Dust. Impossible Dream Entertainment’s Shaun Redick, one of many govt producers behind Jordan Peele’s blockbuster Get Out, has additionally signed on to supply the film.

RZA is about to direct the movie and supply the rating. Matt Leslie and Stephen J. Smith, greatest identified for writing the 2018 horror movie Summer of 84, will pen the script.

The story, which was created by Ghostface and his longtime supervisor Michael Caruso, focuses on a teen named Casey who’s compelled to develop up on the arduous streets of Shaolin — a.okay.a. Staten Island — alone following the mysterious loss of life of his mother and father. The teen should discover a solution to survive on a regular basis hardships in addition to a supernatural serial killer referred to as Angel of Dust.

While RZA and Pretty Toney are the driving forces behind the movie, the remainder of the Wu-Tang Clan will probably be concerned within the film’s soundtrack. The OST is being produced by Ghostface and Caruso.

“It’s a blessing to companion with Oscar-nominated producer Shaun Redick and Impossible Dream Entertainment, and to be doing enterprise with my brother RZA directing is a dream come true,” Ghostface advised Deadline. “Putting all these nice minds to work collectively will probably be legendary.”

RZA added, “The inventive collaboration of RZA and Ghostface has stood the take a look at of time by way of our music. Now the chance to place our inventive energies collectively onto the silver display screen has arisen and I’m turbo charged. Bong Bong!”

No launch date for Angel Of Dust has been introduced presently. Fans will get to see a Wu-Tang movie quickly although.

Showtime is scheduled to air a four-part documentary titled Wu-Tang Clan: Of Mics and Men this spring. The doc premiered on the 2019 Sundance Film Festival on Monday (January 28).

Check out the trailer beneath.

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