Eli Roth & 50 Cent Team Up For A Three Movie Deal

October 2, 2022

Written by Kelli Marchman McNeely

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Horror maestro Eli Roth and rapper Curtis “50 Cent” Jackson have teamed up for a three-picture deal with 3BlackDot, Deadline reports. And the films, The Gun, Trackmaster, and Creature House are all horror movies!


Deadline reports, “The movies hail from a diverse group of writers—Kirkland Morris (BMFPower Book IV: Force), Justin Calen-Chenn (Bel-AirLimited Edition), Dallas Jackson (Blumhouse’s ThrillerThe System), and Kevin Grevioux (King of KillersUnderworld)—whose stories focus on increasing BIPOC representation. Electromagnetic Produce will produce alongside Jackson’s G-Unit Film & Television.”


Deadine gives a breakdown of the movies:

“The Gun comes from Kirkland Morris. When a young man with a bright future seeks to get revenge for his father’s murder, he finds a gun that is haunted by an evil force.”


“Trackmaster is written by Justin Calen-Chenn. A burgeoning rap duo uses a beat of mysterious origins in their new single and accidentally unleashes an ancient spirit that brutally murders anyone who hears it. After the young rappers make this discovery, the race is on to stop the song’s release.”


Creature House is from Dallas Jackson and Kevin Grevioux. After the untimely death of a legendary make-up and visual effects guru, a group of his friends and foes gather at his studio, only to find themselves trapped in the artist’s horror movie museum as the exhibition creatures supernaturally come to life.”

“I’m a huge fan of 50 as an artist and producer and am so excited to bring these stories to life. The whole team has put together an exciting trio of films which will terrify and thrill audiences globally,” Roth told Deadline.


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