The cast for the Seal Team Six project Code Name: Geronimo has been announced as Variety reports that Cam Gigandet, William Fichtner, Robert Knepper, Kenneth Miller, Anson Mount, Freddy Rodriguez, Eddie Kaye Thomas and Xzibit have all signed on.
The film, written by Kendall Lampkin and to be directed by John Stockwell, is based on the military incursion into Osama bin Laden's compound from the perspective of a small contingent of Navy SEALS. The film takes a look inside their lives as tensions rise between them until they learn the identity of their latest target, whose code name is Geronimo.
Gigandet, Knepper, Mount, Rodríguez, Xzibit and Miller will compose the SEAL team with Fichtner, Robertson and Thomas serving as CIA operatives.
When Xzibit confirmed via his Twitter account that he is to be in the film, a member of XzibitCentral.com staff did some searching and found a movie poster for the movie:
Stay tuned for more information about the movie here on XzibitCentral.com.
Rapper Xzibit has taken to Twitter.com to thank fans for their outpouring of support following his father's hospitalisation.
The hip-hop star, real name Alvin Joiner, dashed to his father's hospital bedside in New Mexico on Sunday (22 Jan 12) after alerting followers to the fact his dad had undergone surgery to amputate a leg due to complications with diabetes.
Xzibit was inundated with kind words and messages from fans after the news broke and he has since expressed his gratitude to his devotees.
In a tweet on Monday (23 Jan 12), he wrote, "Thanks to all of the loved ones sending support and well wishes for my dad. We fully appreciate it."
He later added, "At Physical Training with pops, he's doing really well. This facility is doing wonders. He is in good spirits."
Xzibit has featured at this years International Consumer Electronics Show (CES) – a major technology-related trade show held each January in the Las Vegas Convention Center, Las Vegas, Nevada, United States.
On Tuesday at the Monster booth, Xzibit was on hand to take photos with fans, as well as tell them all about the company's T1 gaming headset.
The product was originally announced last year, but had its release date pushed back when Monster decided to make some "renovations" on them.
The T1 has 40mm drivers, as well as stylish noise-cancelling ear cups that light up Tron style. It is set for a global releases, and has a price tag of $350.
Check out the video below, as Xzibit tells all about the T1
Xzibit has released the Napalm single cover image (below) through his Twitter account (Twitter.com/xzibit):
The latest Xzibit release, Napalm, will feature on the next album to be released in 2012 – also titled Napalm.
I have seen the partially complete Napalm music video clip and I can tell you it is insane. Xzibit shot the film clip while in Iraq visiting the US troops. Keep it locked to XzibitCentral.com and we will bring you the clip as soon as it has been released![audio:xzibit-napalm(xzibitcentral.com).mp3|titles=Napalm|artists=Xzibit]
Download: Xzibit – Napalm