American rapper, Eminem has been one hell of a character since launching his rap career in 1996. That has very well been a long time but according to new reports, people still want to hear all about it. About how a white rapper, thrived in the black dominated rap game, and how he scaled through outshining the most of them.
Reports say that the new movie created by Maximilian Hozer, published a day ago has been acquired by Netflix. Well, leave it to the movie streaming platform to spot a diamond in the rough. If you’re wondering where you first heard about a movie with the same plot, you should know it is exactly like the 8 Mile movie released in 2002. Yes, that was Maximilian‘s inspiration, and Eminem‘s biography of course, but some facts in the 8 Mile movie have been changed so the new one wouldn’t be exactly like the first. That’s what the director of the new film said anyway. There’s been no much information about the upcoming film or what it’d be called but we’ll let you know as it comes.
The original 8 Mile movie was released in 2002, written by Scott Silver and directed by Curtis Hanson. The main character, Jimmy “B-Rabbit” Smith Jr. was played by Eminem himself. The movie centered on B-Rabbit a potential rapper who she only hope to leave the slums was making music. Eminem won an Academy Award for Best Original Song for Lose Yourself the soundtrack of the film.