That time Rockstar turned down a Grand Theft Auto movie starring Eminem

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Hi! My name is… anonymous 3D protagonist? In the early 2000s, Grand Theft Auto was transitioning from being a minor 2D hit (and tabloid cause celebre) into a cultural phenomenon. A new BBC podcast featuring Kirk Ewing, who worked on games including State of Emergency and Earthworm Jim 3D, touches on this period and what was going on: and the startling idea that a GTA movie starring Eminem was once on the table.

State of Emergency was published by Rockstar, and Ewing was a friend of Dan…

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