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2012-08-29 by John Cruz | 8 Comments
|If wanting to make a film about current popular culture in America what comes to mind first? If you said Jay-Z, a bottle of Bud, and a 58 year old red headed kid you'd be right, but somehow oh so wrong. It must be a mistake, right?|
Nope, it's right on target as filmmaker Ron Howard will grab his camera and start rolling come this weekend when he shoots concert footage for the documentary film "Jay-Z's Budweiser Made In America," with the product placement right in the title.
With guest appearances by Pearl Jam, Odd Future, Run-DMC, and an assortment of non notables, Howard promises to turn in not just a concert film, but to capture a moment in time which also captures the essence of current popular culture in America.
"This will not be a concert film; it's a reflection of the fabric of what it means to be Made in America - what the festival represents, why Jay is doing it and how he relates to each artist," Howard said in a statement.
Wow, this reporter can't wait! Pretty riveting stuff. The film is also said to focus on the events leading up to all this fluff and show Jay-Z working hard behind the scenes with artists and crew alike. Also documented in the film will be Jay-Z's rise to fame, hard work ethic, musical genius, achievement of the American Dream, and big booty'd wife.
"Only In America?" Well, let's hope so.
The new news articles are pretty much the best
"Jay-Z's Budweiser Made In America"
This CANNOT be the title holy shit.
"The new news articles are pretty much the best "
It's like hearing it said by a kid from Williamsburg.
He sounds like a fucking twat in that Bud commercial.
Douche never fails to to say "this reporter"
Don't hate on JxD, he's been been here for a long time and is pretty much an awesome dude.
yeah man johnxdoes
What does JxD mean though?