Cam’ron will get to show off the acting chops he displayed in movies like ‘Paid In Full‘ and ‘Killa Season‘ by starring in a movie for a new film company formed by himself, Queen Latifah and Shakim Compere.
According to AllHipHop, the company dubbed KFU Productions is a joint venture between Latifah’s Flavor Unit Films and Jacob York’s Killa Films. The first flick under the KFU umbrella, “Percentages” is already being shot.
In addition to Cam who has the lead role, the film will also star Omar Gooding, Robert Wisdom, Macy Gray, Donnell Rawlings, Melinda Williams, K.D. Aubert and Ving Rhames.
The plot centers around two New York drug dealers on the run from a deal gone sour.
Cam’ron wrote the film himself and will also produce the soundtrack.
“Cam did the story, and then we brought in a writer to really tighten the script,” Jacob York told AllHipHop.com. “The movie was originally supposed to be the follow up to Killa Season, but we decided to make a brand new movie since the script was so good.”
The movie is being shot in New York and Miami. It’s scheduled to hit movie theaters in 2012.