LIL Wayne- The Carter Documentary(Full Movie)

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Super producer turned movie director QD3 is gearing to
unleash a barrage of DVD projects in the next few
months. Taking a break from the highly successful Beef
DVD series, QD3 told Hip-Hop Wired exclusively:
“We got a Lil’ Wayne film that we just finished that we
took to Sundance that’ll be coming out real soon and
then we have two other films. One that’s about urban
skateboarding called Concrete Jungle with guys like
T.K. (Terry Kennedy) blowing up. We did a
documentary on that because we felt like the whole
skate movement is a real nice alternative to see
another opportunity for inner city kids. Just like
basketball and Hip-Hop, it’s another lane for us to take
now. We want to help accelerate that movement in a
big way and urban skateboarding is huge in California
for sure.”
QD3 also made headlines several months back after
legal battles over his authorized feature documentary
The Carter, which focuses on the life of Lil Wayne.
After the film was completed, Wayne filed a lawsuit over
“scandalous portrayal” and stated that he was
supposed to receive final approval over the film before
its showing and that some footage could be detrimental
to his reputation and career…in particular him sipping
syrup throughout the film. The case eventually was
rejected. Not focusing on the negative, QD3 maintained,
“I can’t really speak on that but I think a lot of that was
just miscommunication.” He further added to Hip-Hop
Wired:
“The main thing that the documentary shows… I think
a lot of people would imagine that Wayne is hanging
out in clubs with a bunch of women and drinking
champagne and that sort of thing. But I would say the
main thing you learn when you watch the film is that
Wayne is a workaholic. Straight up. After seeing this I
think a lot of people will respect his process a lot
more. We were with him like 7 or 8 months before he
went platinum and then maybe two months after.
That’s the period we were shooting him for and I
remember one day when he got a text from Sylvia
Rhone that he went platinum, he was like, “O.K.” He
didn’t even flinch. He was “O.K., cool” and “get off my
bus, I gotta record.”
His whole thing is he’s like tireless worker and a lot of
people will be very surprised how he’s 100% dedicated
to his craft and he’s also daring like when he’s on
stage and in the studio, like there’s no boundaries for
him creatively. I think when people see it they’re
gonna have a whole different type of respect for him
seeing him so young and successful yet staying truly
focused on being good and becoming better. That’s the
main thing and it’s not a whole lot of ego or fanfare
about who he is as a star in the film at all. Wayne
stays on his bus and he’s got a recording studio up
there and that’s his life. So even if he pulls up at a
hotel, sometimes he’ll be on the bus just to record.
I really gained a lot of respect for him in that regard in
terms of how he approaches his records and then how
hard he works. I would have to say…I worked with
Tupac a lot and I feel like he may end up with a bigger
catalogue than Tupac if he hasn’t already. That kid
works, he’s a hard worker, super focused and doesn’t
get caught up in the industry like that. He just stays in
the studio all the time.”

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