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Image Entertainment Acquires USA Rights To Bernie Mac Doc "I Ain't Scared Of You"

by Tambay A. Obenson
October 6, 2011 3:07 AM
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Image Entertainment has acquired North American rights to the documentary titled I Ain’t Scared Of You: A Tribute To Bernie Mac, which, as the titled suggests, chronicles the life and career of the comedian and actor.

The film, directed by Robert Small, features interviews with family, friends and colleagues of Berine Mac, as well as some previously unseen stage performance footage of the man doing what he does best.

No specific release date yet.

Mac died on August 9th 2008, at just 50 years old, from complications due to pneumonia.

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4 Comments

  • urbanauteur | October 7, 2011 5:49 AMReply

    MY BOY! Always & Forever,met him once @ improv club, he was a stright shooter,he will be miss.

  • JMac | October 6, 2011 5:56 AMReply

    Definitely one of the greats. So sad when I heard Bernie died. Gonna find that audio book.

    While we are mourning/celebrating the lives of great black men, let's not forget Rev. Shuttlesworth.

  • CareyCarey | October 6, 2011 2:11 AMReply

    "also make you appreciate life just a little bit more"

    Emmanuel, to champion that point, I was "talking" with BondGirl over at a post on Halle Berry. specifically, we were discussing the movie “Things We Lost In The Fire”. I don’t know if you’ve seen that movie (many have not), but it centered on the passing of a loved one. Hence, with the passing of Steve Jobs and Bernie Mac, there’s a subtle yet poignant message imbedded in the title “THINGS” we lost in the fire”... that is, the most important “things” are not things.

    Steve Jobs was arguably one of the greatest innovators of our time and he had all the worldly possessions and fame a man could desire, yet, I can safely assume he’ll be missed by many for reasons far removed from “things”. The impending doom of death puts everything in it’s proper perspective.

    I miss Berne Mac for so many reasons.

  • Emmanuel | October 6, 2011 1:26 AMReply

    Man, I miss the Mac Man. He was one of the best to ever do it.

    If you haven't already, check out the audio-book version of his book "Maybe You Never Cry Again". It will have you in stiches, and also make you appreciate life just a little bit more.

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