WireImage.com has photos of Method Man on MTV’s Total Request Live on Wednesday (January 8) at MTV Studios in Times Square in New York City. Check out the pictures here.
Method Man and Fat Joe enjoyed a game between the New Jersey Nets and the Boston Celtics at the Continental Airlines Arena on Wednesday (December 25) in East Rutherford, New Jersey.
MTV News reports Method Man has joined Hayden Christensen, Vince Vaughn, Don Cheadle and Shannyn Sossamon in the ensemble cast of ‘The Other Side of Simple,’ an upcoming crime thriller from New Line Cinema and ‘Money Train’ director Joseph Ruben. The film begins shooting January 20 and is expected to hit theaters next year. Read more.
Method Man tells Launch.com that he and partner Redman have no plans to do another How High movie. “Right now, Doc (Redman is) doing the music thing,” Meth said. “I’m doing the music thing and a little outside projects, and we’re just looking at scripts right now. That’s it. Nothing written in concrete yet and ain’t gonna be no ‘How High 2’, if I got anything to say about it.” Method Man is working on a new album tentatively titled ‘The Prequel’, which is due in 2003.
Steve Jones of USA Today spoke with Redman and Method Man about the pairs new flick, ‘How High’. The dope themed movie has caused many to compare the duo to another grass smoking film pair causing Meth to say, “We ain’t taking nothing away from Cheech and Chong. It’s cool to be compared, but the only real comparison between us and them is the weed-smoking element. We just wanted to do this together because a lot of people suggested it to us. This is a movie for our age and for our generation.” Read more.
Sonicnet reports while Redman and Method Man will be touring clubs and small theater’s, they seem to be eyeing the big dough a major tour could get them by opening for bigger acts. A desperate sounding Redman offered, “I hope Jay-Z starts [another] Hard Knock Life tour. That’s what I’m waiting on. Come on, Jay-Z, you got five mics in The Source magazine. Start that tour up and throw me and [Method] Man on there, ’cause you know we’re blowing the spot.” Redman added interest in opening for DMX and Ja Rule.
All Hip Hop talked with Method Man and Redman about their movie ‘How High’ where they responded to there feelings of not being able to smoke weed on a film with a drug theme. Meth says, “Cuz we was in a work environment. You gotta keep it professional. I respect that. We ain’t smoke on the set but we’d go outside that door and..” Redman finished his sentence saying, “Smoke up a storm!”