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Throwback Thursday: Lil Wayne Talks Acting In “Hurricane Season”, Rumors Of Him Being In A “Fast & Furious” Movie, Retirement & More [Video]

Lil Wayne Talks Acting In Hurricane Season, Rumors Of Him Being In A Fast & Furious Movie, Retiring & More

As it is #ThrowbackThursday today, I have decided to share a rare video of Lil Wayne answering questions in the press room during the 2008 BET Awards.

In the clip, Weezy talks all about his Tha Carter III album, the recording process for his and Juelz Santana‘s I Can’t Feel My Face joint project, acting in the movie “Hurricane Season” (formerly known as “The Patriots”), rumors of him being in a “Fast & Furious” film, the “Lollipop” remix, tattoos, if he has reached the top of his game, and if he ever see’s himself retiring.

Also in the throwback video, Tunechi could be seen chopping it up with Rocsi Diaz about being nominated at the awards show. You can check it all out below! Have you seen this interview before?

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Jackie Long Talking Working With Lil Wayne In “Hurricane Season”, His Cash Money Problems & Acting Skills

Jackie Long Talking Working With Lil Wayne In

Jackie Long recently chatted with Vlad TV about working with Lil Wayne in the movie Hurricane Season, giving him advice for his scenes, Wayne‘s acting skills, and if he believes Wayne will do any more acting.

The actor also shared his thoughts on Weezy‘s current situation with Cash Money Records and hopes that they can fix their problems out.

You can watch the conversation in the clip below. Click here to check out more information on the Hurricane Season film and to watch Tunechi‘s parts in it!

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Video: Lil Wayne & Bow Wow In “Hurricane Season”

Earlier today, the movie which Lil Wayne, Bow Wow and Forest Whitaker all star in – “Hurricane Season” leaked to the internet. Unfortunately the movie is going to straight to DVD and will not be in the theaters, but MWP has captured just Weezy‘s and Bow Weezy’s parts in the film so you can all watch.

Enjoy 8)


Lil Wayne’s Movie “Hurricane Season” Postponed Again + More

Lil Waynes Movie Hurricane Season Postponed Again

The Weinstein Company, the studio home of Lil Wayne and Bow Wow’s Post-Katrina basketball film Hurricane Season, has just announced their 2009 – 2010 film slate. Unfortunately for those involved in making Hurricane Season and those Wayne fans hoping to get a glimpse of him playing a punk high school kid, the movie has been dropped from the schedule…again. Many involved with the film were optimistic that it would get a proper release but due to major financial issues facing the Weinstein Company including recent layoffs, the film has been shelved indefinitely. In a recent interview with the Times Picayune – New Orleans, Hurricane Season producer Raymond Brothers still hopes for the best.

“We’re very grateful to the Weinstein Co. and (sister company) Dimension for making the movie in New Orleans — we spent $50 million in New Orleans. The movie tested extremely well, and we’re very hopeful that in a very short period of time we’ll come to some resolution about the release date.”

Considering the multi-million dollar budget, urban appeal with Lil Wayne and Bow Wow and major star appeal with Forest Whitaker, one hopes this movie will not get the dreaded straight-to-DVD treatment. Some Wayne fan out there needs to start a petition and get this movie in theaters.

Shouts to WoooHa, and this movie is turning out like Rebirth with the push backs 🙁

Also hit the jump to see Juvenile talk about the old days with the Hot Boys, and Weezer perform “Can’t Stop Partying” without Weezy:

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Lil Wayne’s Movie “Hurricane Season” Will Hit Theaters

Hurricane Season Will Hit Theaters

Back in June we exclusively reported that Hurricane Season, the basketball film starring Bow Wow, Forest Whitaker and Lil Wayne was being shelved by the Weinstein Company because the film studio could not afford to market and distribute it. At that time, The Weinstein’s were facing dire financial hardship and had invested a big part of their theatrical marketing spend in Quentin Tarantino’s Inglorious Bastards. If Tarantino’s film failed, films like Hurricane Season would go from shelved to sold off in a matter of months….luckily for the studio, Inglorious Bastards will turn a profit as it already has grossed over $140 million world-wide and cost $70 million to make.

So what does this mean for Hurricane Season? It means The Weinsteins will have replenished funds to release and market a select few of their upcoming titles and we have the exclusive drop that Hurricane Season is one of them that will be resurrected. In other words you, yes you, will have the opportunity to watch Lil Wayne play a seventeen year old high school student who hates his school’s basketball team and you will get to see Bow Wow play a star player on the team. Now that is definitely worth the wait…and the $12 ticket.

Via: WoooHa and this is great news. Now let’s just hope it comes this year 😀