June 29, 2012 12:00 AM
" The RZA, Staten Island's perennial prince of hip-hop, wears a lot of hats. He's the sonic architect and the general mastermind behind the Wu-Tang Clan, a rapper in his own right, an author, actor, businessman, and certified mechanic (okay, we made that one up). And now, he's adding "film director" to that already impressive resume. For the past couple of years, RZA's been studying film under the tutelage of Quentin Tarantino. The pair have a history together: RZA helped compose the original score for Tarantino's Kill Bill, and they've maintained a friendship for years.
RZA's directorial debut, The Man With the Iron Fists, was co-written with Tarantino associate Eli Roth (director of Hostel, actor in Inglorious Bastards) and is billed as "Quentin Tarantino Presents: The Man With the Iron Fist. If you're the type who's drawn to Tarantino's aesthetic due to his tendency towards unsubtle imagery and ultra-violence, or are into the Wu-Tang Clan for those exact same reasons, you will probably think that The Man With the Iron Fists is the best movie of all time "
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