50 Cent Is Going Back To The Bank, He Inked A $200 Million Movie Deal

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50 Cent may have fallen off the Hip-Hop radar but he still has money coming in. The G-Unit CEO just inked a deal for his film company Cheetah Vision Films, that will give it $200 million dollars to fund a 10-picture deal.

According to ThisIs50, Cheetah Vision Films, Randall Emmet and George Furla’s Hedge Fund Partners have signed off on a deal that will allow 50 to expand his ever-growing film resume.

Healthcare magnate Richard Jackson, real estate developer Gary Sakwa and Daniel Ret will provide the equity remainder of the fund. Grindstone/Lionsgate will distribute the films.The first movie out of the gate will be ‘Set Up’, an action heist movie that starts shooting next month. Paul Walker is in talks to star alongside 50 in the movie.

In related 50 news, he is in the studio working on his new album, which is scheduled to hit shelves next year. Not too long ago, pictures hit the net of 50 Cent in the recording studio with Lil Kim, Swizz Beatz, Busta Rhymes, Akon and Ryan. They all are rumored to be on 50 new album.

Credit: ThisIs50.com

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