Migos’ Quavo To Star In Action Thriller Movie ‘Takeover’ From Quality Control Films
Are you ready to see rap star Quavo, born Quavious Marshall, step into the world of thriller films?
According to reports, the 31-year-old entertainer is set to star in Quality Films’ upcoming action/thriller film that follows Atlanta’s street-car culture entitled “Takeover.”
Quality Films is the production chair of the record label and management company Quality Control, which the Migos are signed to. Trioscope, the company responsible for Netflix’s animated hybrid drama “The Liberator,” and the Atlanta-based film financing group Georgia Production Finance both have a hand in the film’s production as well.
Reportedly, Quavo will play Guy Miller, a recent parolee who’s attempting to get his life back on track, when circumstances, unfortunately, pull him back into Atlanta’s dangerous takeover scene. “Takeover” will be produced by L.C. Crowley, Brandon Barr, and Greg Jonkajtys for Trioscope Studios, Kevin “Coach K” Lee, Pierre “P” Thomas and Brian Sher for Quality Films, Jeb Stuart for Real Folk Productions, Don Mandrik, Quavo for Huncho Films and Jen McDaniels.
Quavo recently spoke about the film and said,
“I’m really excited for this opportunity, especially shooting in my hometown of Atlanta. This film is an ideal opportunity to further delve into my craft, and I can’t wait to see how the action plays out in this animated environment.”
Quavo has shown off his acting abilities before. Previously the “Stir Fry” rapper has appeared on “Atlanta,” “Black-ish,” and “Narcos: Mexico.”
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