It’s a geotag that adds some realism to a mostly true-to-life biopic that features a convincing performance of the fabled rapper via newcomer actor Demetrius Shipp Jr., and an outstanding portrayal of Afeni Shakur by Danai Gurira (best known for playing Michonne on is a thorough look at the life of hip-hop’s most iconic figure.The Benny Boom-directed movie packs 25 years of pain, triumph, poetry, thug life, controversy, and cultural domination into two hours and 20 minutes of cinema., one week before the film’s debut, has an eerie tinge.This viewing for media and tastemakers is taking place at Magno Screening Room, a facility located just three doors down from Quad Recording Studios, where Tupac Shakur famously survived five bullet wounds in 1994.Among the Museum’s first acquisitions were scenes of New York’s harbor and waterfront, and include works by Robert Salmon, James Bard, Fitz Henry Lane, and Antonio Jacobsen, dating from the 1790s to the early 21 century.The museum also has a collection of approximately 200 miniature portraits, including likenesses by John Ramage, Charles Wilson Peale, Mary Way, Sarah Goodridge and George Catlin.Later, she became an assistant editor working there.Later, Hayes moved to Sydney and began working for New Idea and TV Week where she worked for few weeks.
From stories of working with Tupac, Ice Cube, Mark Wahlberg and Tyrese, to dealing with actors with egos, watch @John Singleton open up below.
In 1994, she worked in a tv series called Breaking News.
In 1996, Hayes worked for 60 Minutes where she works till today standing still in her position.
The film portrayed life in crime-ridden South Central L. and was nominated for an Academy Award for Best Director in 1991, making Singleton the first African-American and the youngest person ever nominated for the award.
The film also garnered a nomination for Best Original Screenplay. Both films examined modern race relations, and while they enjoyed success at the box office, they were not as highly praised by critics as his debut effort.