The Wu-Tang Clan have a lot planned for 2019. The upcoming Of Mics and Men, a docuseries about the early days of the group, is headed to Hulu. Now it looks like another Wu-Tang production is headed to the theaters.
Deadline recently reported that RZA and Ghostface Killah are working on a brand-new horror film set in Staten Island. RZA will direct the new film, called Angel of Dust, based on a story by Ghostface and Wu-Tang's manager, Caruso. Ghostface will also handle the film's original soundtrack and RZA will pen the score.
The upcoming horror thriller is "inspired by true stories that happened around the hood to members of the global iconic rap group," but according to Deadline, the film's plot also involves some serial killers with superpowers:
RZA's already proven himself as a director with 2012's The Man with the Iron Fists, a kung-fu gore-fest that's already earned its place as a cult classic. He also has a few promising films on the way, including a heist movie set during Hurricane Katrina, due out this spring.
Shaun Redick and Impossible Dream Entertainment will produce the film alongside the Wu-Tang members, a partnership that Ghostface promised will be "legendary," according to his statement.
“The creative collaboration of RZA and Ghostface has stood the test of time through our music," RZA said in his own statement. "Now the opportunity to put our creative energies together onto the silver screen has arisen and I’m turbo charged. Bong Bong!"