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'I applaud people that can think that quick on their feet,' he tells 'RapFix Live,' while offering an update on his acting career.
By Rob Markman, with reporting by Sway Calloway
Photo: MTV News
Throughout his career, Method Man has been able to earn his respect in hip-hop and Hollywood simultaneously. As a prominent member of the Wu-Tang Clan, Meth has released four solo albums, two with Redman and a number of Clan-related projects. As an actor, he's starred in major films like "Belly" and "Cop Land," as well as the critically acclaimed HBO series "The Wire."
Look for Meth to take his acting to another level in the next few months. First, in December he will star alongside Jonah Hill in "The Sitter." While on set with the "Superbad" actor, Tical learned a lesson in improv.
"I didn't know that they did these long-ass rants, to the point where, »
Every day a multitude of stars wander through the halls of MTV News to talk about their latest projects and goof around with our intrepid correspondents. But sometimes we catch stars elsewhere, and that's why we put together Spotted!, a daily compendium of stars in the wild.
When you've gone as long between albums as Avril Lavigne has (nearly four years elapsed between the release of Lavigne's 2007 album The Best Damn Thing and her new project Goodbye Lullaby, which hit the streets on Tuesday, March 8th), then it is imperative that you celebrate in style. Lavigne did just that on Tuesday night, as after a day full of interviews (including an extended stop at MTV News), she partied in New York City. Accompanied by Kim Kardashian, Kris Humphries, label boss Irv Gotti and boyfriend Brody Jennfer, Lavigne raised a glass to Goodbye Lullaby and blew out the candles on a »
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