Ovation TV will premiere the new original documentary The Method on Friday, March 11 with a look at two brothers who became filmmakers and then internet stars when they launched their Kuma Films YouTube channel, featuring extreme performance videos set to original music. With over 45 million views to date, Kuma Films has traveled the globe searching for incredible talent to feature on their channel and website (www.kumafilms.com). In The Method, Todd and Joe Robins take viewers to Taiwan to show what goes into creating one of their immensely popular videos. They film with fire dancers, a scooter stunt driver and a contortionist before pulling off a perilous shoot with downhill trike drifters – creating a highly immersive and shareable experience for their fans.
Runtime: 30 minutes
The Method - Method Man - Netflix
Clifford Smith (born April 1, 1971), better known by his stage name Method Man, is an American rapper, producer, and actor. He is known as a member of the East Coast hip hop collective Wu-Tang Clan. He is also one half of the hip hop duo Method Man & Redman. He took his stage name from the 1979 film Method Man. In 1996, Clifford won a Grammy Award for Best Rap Performance by a Duo or Group, for “I'll Be There for You/You're All I Need to Get By”, featuring American R&B singer Mary J. Blige. Clifford has appeared in films such as Belly, How High, Garden State, The Wackness, Venom, Red Tails, Keanu and The Cobbler. On television, he and frequent collaborator, fellow East Coast rapper Redman, co-starred on the short-lived Fox sitcom Method & Red. He has also had recurring roles in three HBO series, as Tug Daniels in Oz, Melvin “Cheese” Wagstaff in The Wire, and Rodney in The Deuce. In 2016, he had a cameo role in Luke Cage which aired on Netflix.
The Method - Wendy Williams - Netflix
She said me and [the doctor] was fking [sic]. What kind of st is that, man?," he said. "You don’t do that to nobody ... I was ready. I was so mad, I was crying right there and I'm like I'm gonna kill some f**king body and these [Wu Tang friends] kept me in there, kept me in L.A.
In 2006, Method Man had a personal and publicized conflict with TV talk show host Wendy Williams on The Breakdown, an internet show on Onloq.com. Williams talked on air about Method Man's wife having cancer, which was something he wanted to keep private and her own family members had not yet known about. He said that people who lived next door to him did not know, but Williams had dug it up and made it public over the radio. Because of this leaked information, Method Man and his wife had many problems. Wendy Williams also reported rumors that Method Man had even been having an affair with his wife's doctor. Method Man first heard of this while in recording sessions in Los Angeles.
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