Director and actor RZA of the Wu-Tang Clan and actor and martial artist Rick Yune celebrated the completion of their new film presented by Quentin Tarentino “Man with the Iron Fists” at Eli Roth’s Goretorium early Saturday morning.
Following his performance at the House of Blues Las Vegas, RZA rushed over to the twisted haunt created by close friend and the film’s co-writer Eli Roth. Joined by Yune and a group of close friends, the musician was given a private tour through the most terrifying experience in Las Vegas. “Yo, that was a real thrill,’ claimed RZA, barely making it out of the haunt alive.
Once the group completed their Goretorium journey, they headed to the ’60s-inspired Baby Dolls lounge to continue celebrating the film, due out in theaters Nov. 2. RZA signed movie posters and took pictures with fans. The group enjoyed bubbly Moët & Chandon champagne while taking in the magnificent view of CityCenter and the Las Vegas Strip. A special “Gore” edition of the film’s trailer played as RZA and Yune continued to party with friends, closing down the premiere horror venue around 3 a.m.
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