Someone Already Wrote a Wu-Tang Clan/Bill Murray Heist Movie Script

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Wu-Tang Clan performs at Bumbershoot Festival Day, Seattle, on August 30, 2014. 

The story of the Wu-Tang Clan's latest album, Once Upon a Time in Shaolin, is nothing if not option-worthy -- a seminal hip-hop group decides to sell their album to one person, and one person only, with the caveat that it can't be released for 88 years. The person who buys it winds up being a fairly villainous pharmaceuticals magnate, whose $2 million purchase of the album was funded by price-gouging AIDS patients.

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With that context, it's no wonder that wide swaths of the Internet were duped last week when a fake clause that stipulated the album could be reclaimed by the Wu (...or Bill Murray) exclusively via a heist began circulating. Even though it wasn't real, consensus was that it would make a spectacular movie.

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Now, a dedicated Wu-Tang fan named Jordan VanDina has penned a script to try to make that happen. In his version of the story, a successful heist is necessary to stop Donald Trump from becoming president. Kim Jung-Un, Michael Jordan, and Justin Bieber make appearances in the fantastical, Morgan Freeman-narrated project. You can read his full effort below -- and pray that somehow this hits the big screen:


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