Megan Thee Stallion lands first movie role

Borat director Larry Charles is planning a foul-mouthed musical.

Rapper Megan Thee Stallion has landed her first movie role.

The Hot Girl Summer musician will make her feature film debut in Borat director Larry Charles’ raunchy new musical comedy F**king Identical Twins, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

The film will also star Saturday Night Live’s Bowen Yang, Will & Grace’s Megan Mullally, and Tony-winning stage actor Nathan Lane.

Confirming the news, the rapper posted a screenshot of the report on Instagram and wrote, “HOTTIES THIS IS OUR FIRST MOVIEEEE/ MUSICAL! WITH SOME MOVIE LEGENDS.

“I’m so excited i feel so blessed i feel anxious lol i feel a bunch of s**t, I really have been quietly putting in this work and i just cant wait for the hotties to see everything (sic).”

The film, which will also star comedians Aaron Jackson and Josh Sharp, has been described as “a subversive spin on The Parent Trap” as it follows two career rivals who learn they are twins who were separated at birth. Jackson and Sharp adapted the film from their two-man stage show, which they debuted in 2014.

The WAP star has acted before on TV, starring in an episode of the crime comedy-drama Good Girls. She also signed an exclusive first-look deal at Netflix to create and executive produce new streaming projects in December.

On Instagram Stories, Yang, 31, thanked “genius freaks” Jackson and Sharp for creating “the foulest, funniest movie imaginable”.

The film is currently in production.

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