While Benny Boom has already completed his role in directorial duties for Tupac Shakur’s All Eyez on Me film, it’s still facing some hurdles regarding major distributors wanting to give their unnecessary input to the project. Producer, L.T. Hutton, hit up social media this week to explain why the movie didn’t release on its rumored November date this month and why he’s in no rush to push the film out – even if it is the 20th anniversary. With a rumored album soundtrack also slated to release simultaneously with the theatrical project, take a look at Mr. Hutton readying the masses for an imminent official release date announcement in the coming weeks.
LET ME JUST SAY THIS !! THERE IS WAY MORE TO PUTTING OUT A FILM THAN JUST SAYING WHAT'S THE RELEASE DATE WHERE IS THE TRAILER!! HOLLYWOOD WILL NOT BE ALLOWED TO MESS THIS FILM UP! SO THAT MEANS AS LONG AS IT TAKES! THE NEGATIVE BULLSHIT PEOPLE CAN DO ALL THE LAME ASS INTERVIEWS THEY WANT AND CAN'T MESS THIS FILM UP !! THIS 10 YEARS OF BLOOD SWEAT AND TEARS WAS THE HARDEST THING I HAVE DONE IN MY LIFE BUT I TOOK ON THE FIGHT AND GOT IT DONE !!!! FOR THE CULTURE!!!!! THE FILM WILL SAY IT ALL !!!! 2PAC WROTE HIS ON STORY AND I MADE THIS FILM IN HIS VOICE !!!! IT'S ABOUT 2PAC NOT ABOUT ME NOT A COMPANY NOT ABOUT A DIRECTOR !!!! TUPAC POINT BLANK !!! A LOT OF PEOPLE WORKED VERY HARD ON MAKING THIS HAPPENED AND STILL WORKING THIS HOLLYWOOD SHIT GONE SOMEBODY WHOLE MOUTHPIECE KNOCKED OFF !!!!!!! THIS IS REAL NOT A GAME!!! SUPPORT OR DON'T THE REAL WILL !!!! #alleyzeonmemovie #2pac #tupac #mo