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I watched it and was like, ' Wow, you may have something here.' He has the best thing that I've seen so far."Rayshawn originally asked RZA to direct the film, but the producer says he's ambivalent about being heavily involved in the project."I wouldn't mind not doing it and I wouldn't mind doing it," he admits.

"From the age of six, me and [ODB] used to push shopping carts around grocery stores and try to get nickels.

One, with a tentative title almost exactly like the documentary's, focuses on Jones' youth and his rise to fame.

Former TNA Knockouts Champion ODB recently spoke with James Walsh on Interactive Wrestling Radio.

As Ol' Dirty Bastard, he rose to fame as part of hip-hop group Wu-Tang Clan and had his own 1995 debut album, later scoring hits with the tracks "Ghetto Supastar" and the remix of Mariah Carey's "Fantasy." After many arrests, the rapper was placed into rehab and later prison.

He died on November 13, 2004, from an overdose of drugs at 35.

"Him and ODB's wife have been talking and he has a pretty interesting script.

I just saw a 12-minute teaser that he shot about a year ago and it felt pretty fucking cool.

There are a few wheels in motion with one done by our first cousin Rayshawn; he was the young guy there watching everything that happened," RZA tells .

While Jones' media antics were often the butt of jokes, there was a terrible, real cost.

After being sentenced to several months of mandatory rehab time, Jones left the Los Angeles facility in the fall of 2000, defying the parameters of said sentence and becoming a fugitive. In the spring of 2001 he was sentenced to two to four years' jail time.

For RZA, a film on his cousin and Wu-Tang groupmate would cement a legacy cut short when the rapper died in 2004 of a drug-induced heart attack."An apple tree just grows up as a tree first," RZA says. But if it continues to grow, it produces fruit, and then it grows even more and that fruit will fall off the tree and produce more trees.

Russell Jones was born in Brooklyn, New York, on November 15, 1968.

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