The rapper will play a crook who disguises herself as an elderly woman in a nursing home
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Rapper Cardi B has landed what will be her first starring role in the comedy “Assisted Living” for Paramount Pictures.
Cardi will play a small time crook who finds herself in over her head when a heist goes wrong and decides to disguise herself as an elderly woman in her estranged grandmother’s nursing home in order to evade from the cops and her former crew. The film is in the vein of comedies like “Sister Act” and “Mrs. Doubtfire.”
Kay Oyegun (“This Is Us”) wrote the original spec screenplay that Paramount bought in a competitive bidding war in the Spring of 2019
Temple Hill and Stephen Love are producing “Assisted Living.”
Cardi B made her feature film debut in “Hustlers” in 2019, and she’ll also appear in the upcoming “Fast & Furious” sequel “F9,” but “Assisted Living” is her first starring role. She also served as a judge on the music competition show “Rhythm + Flow.”
Cardi B is represented by CAA, Washpoppin Inc, Patientce Foster of Cream Labs LLC, Ravi K. Shelton of Outlet Group LLC, and LaPolt Law.
Variety first reported the news.
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