Picks and Pans Review: Catching Up with ... 50 Cent
updated 11/26/2007 AT 01:00 AM EST
•originally published 11/26/2007 AT 01:00 AM EST
ON ACTING VS. RAPPING The film projects allow me to go places that hip-hop doesn't. Hip-hop won't allow you to put yourself in any vulnerable spaces. There is a constant battle for position. Only the opponents change.
ON HOME COSTAR SAMUEL L. JACKSON [Before the movie] he said that he didn't want to work with a rapper. I was sure he didn't mean Will Smith or Queen Latifah or LL Cool J or Ice Cube. Fortunately, we had an opportunity to talk about all of this on-set. Prior to that, well, I was calling him "fathead" or something like that. He is great. The guy is in touch with what is going on right now.
ON HIS UPCOMING RIGHTEOUS KILL COSTAR ROBERT DE NIRO We went to the firing range together a couple of times. He was a much better shot than I thought he would be. I was impressed.