The Slim Shady movie franchise has been around for so long that it’s become a staple of the geek culture.
A lot of people like to think of themselves as nerds and nerds love to think they’re cool.
But when it comes to actual, actual movie-going, nerds have been relegated to the sidelines.
So when The Slim Shadys, a movie about a street gang, was announced at the 2013 Toronto International Film Festival, it was like, wow, that’s a pretty cool idea.
The story revolves around a group of hoodlums who go to an all-white, black-and-white movie theater to play crime movies.
The only problem?
The movie theater has only white people.
The movie-goers are there to be entertained.
When a local boy tries to get a job, he meets a group that includes a black guy and a black girl, and the two groups end up in a deadly situation.
The director’s take: This movie is not for kids.
The Slims don’t look like kids, so they get into trouble, and then there’s no turning back.
The gang gets arrested, and they all go to prison.
The film’s production was inspired by a real gang, which is why the gang members’ names are all spelled correctly.
The original Slim Shadys, as they’re called in the film, were originally called the “Slims.”
They were formed in the 1960s and formed out of the Black Panther Party, a black nationalist group that formed in Detroit, Michigan.
The black community was a big part of the group’s existence, and it’s not surprising that the movie’s cast included a lot of blacks.
(The movie’s producer said at the time that the gang was made up of “mostly black guys,” and that there was “no doubt” that the character of Dwayne Johnson was a member of the gang.)
The Slimshadys were known for their violence and their brutality, but they weren’t really known for being the coolest people in the world.
(They were actually a little bit boring.)
The movie was originally supposed to star Christopher Plummer, who would be the lead role, but after a lot more back and forth between the studio and the actor, Plummer left the project.
He said he was so proud of the movie and wanted to make it himself.
“I didn’t want to be in the same position I was in when I was young and trying to make movies,” he told the Guardian.
But the movie didn’t fare as well.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, a film review site, it didn’t even make the cut at the Cannes Film Festival.
And the film was even banned from being screened at a few theaters in Canada, including a cinema in Toronto.
That’s when it all got weird.
One of the filmmakers who’d been working on the film had an idea.
“It wasn’t an idea that we wanted to see in the first place,” said director Alex Garland.
Garland was a film critic for The Village Voice and was working on a documentary about the black community at the same time.
In a way, he said, this movie was like a kind of documentary about his experience growing up in the black middle class of Detroit.
“The Slimshads were the first real black movies that were actually being made, because we were all getting our first exposure to movies in the ghetto, and we were seeing them as films that we could all sit down and watch,” he said.
“But we weren’t seeing any black characters in those movies.
So what’s interesting about this movie is that you can’t just see a bunch of dudes who wear a mask and have guns.
It was very much about the people that they were trying to connect with.
That was something that really struck me.”
That’s why the movie felt so relevant to people.
It’s about how those characters are defined by the white people who are in the movie, and that’s what resonated with audiences.
“We want to create a movie that’s about the world that is real,” said Garland.
“If we were going to make a movie, we wanted it to be like the world in which we live, not the world of movies.”
So the film’s producer, Kevin S. Williamson, made sure that the characters weren’t white.
“You’re never going to see a white guy in this movie,” he explained to The New York Times.
“This is a movie where you can see the Slimshady gang, and you can just see the street gang.”
That meant the gang had to be all-black.
Williamson went on to explain that this was a decision made in part because the Slims weren’t being portrayed in the right light.
“For a lot on the black scene, we don’t have a lot to do with these characters,” he continued.
“That’s a big deal, because in a lot with African-American people, if you have a black friend who’s