Kendrick Lamar & Dave Free to Produce Comedy Film With ‘South Park’ Creators
The film marks the first feature produced under the company PgLang, announced by Kendrick Lamar and Dave Free in 2020. Kendrick Lamar and Dave Free are teaming up with South Park co-creators Matt Stone and Trey Parker to produce a comedy for Paramount Pictures. An as yet untitled, live-action comedy by Vernon Chatman,
“A young Black man interning as a slave in a living history museum will depict the past and the present coming to power when he discovers that his white girlfriend‘s ancestors once owned his ancestors. “”
The film will be lamar and free‘s first feature film produced under the company pgLang, announced in 2020.
They started pgLang as a record label, film studio and publishing house as a multilingual, artist-friendly service company. Lamar‘s younger cousin and rapper Baby Keem became the first artist to sign up to the pgLang label service. Stone and Parker produce for Park County poster.
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Production is scheduled to begin this spring. A director hasn‘t been attached to the film yet. Paramount Pictures will be responsible for theater distribution, home entertainment and television licensing rights to the project, and Paramount Plus will acquire streaming rights.
“On behalf of Paramount Pictures and the wider ViacomCBS family, we look forward to making the first theatrical collaboration from these creative visionaries and galvanizing audiences around the world around a powerful storytelling experience,” Paramount Pictures president and CEO Brian Robbins said in a statement.
The 13-time Grammy winner announced last summer that he was leaving his longtime company Top Dawg Entertainment after 17 years and was working on his “Latest TDE album. ” Damn, whose latest single album, 2017, was widely acclaimed, topped the Billboard 200 with 603,000 album equivalent units in its opening week. He also won five Grammys and won him the 2018 Pulitzer Prize for Music. Curator of Black Panther: The Album in 2018.
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