While Chuck Berry tries to convince skeptical club operators about his true identity, Muddy Waters records his song in the studio in newly-released footage of 'Cadillac Records'.
Two new clips from "Cadillac Records" has been put out along with a freshly-released television promo. One of the clips is premiered via MySpace, while the other is an exclusive clip from MTV. Though, both snippets bring in never-before-seen footage from the drama musical movie by Darnell Martin.
In the MySpace clip, it can be seen that Jeffrey Wright's Muddy Waters and Columbus Short's Little Walter are collaborating together in recording a song. The clip also shows Adrien Brody's Leonard Chess watching the session from behind the glass and enjoying the music the two are making. Meanwhile, the MTV clip presents the time Mos Def's Chuck Berry is trying to make his way into a club despite the skepticism from the club operators.
A drama musical chronicling the rise of Chess Records and its recording artists, "Cadillac Records" is directed and scripted by Darnell Martin, the director of 1994 dramedy "I Like It Like That". This movie also sees Beyonce Knowles as Etta James, Cedric the Entertainer as Willie Dixon, Eamonn Walker as Howlin' Wolf and many others. It will hit U.S. big screen on December 5.
- MySpace Exclusive Clip:
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- TV Spot 2: