Quavo to star alongside Billy Zane in Atlanta Street Racing thriller ‘Takeover’

Quavo works alongside some of Hollywood’s best in his latest acting role.

Not only has Quavo had the opportunity to work with some of the biggest names in music, but he also has the opportunity to partner with some of Hollywood’s best as part of his budding acting career. Reports claim Migos rapper set to star alongside veteran actor Billy Zane in upcoming action thriller To resume. Quavo will star as Guy Miller, a recent parolee trying to rehabilitate his life, when circumstances thrust him once again into the thriving and dangerous Atlanta takeover scene.

When news of the film first broke, Huncho released a statement, sharing, “I’m so excited for this opportunity, especially to shoot in my hometown of Atlanta. This film is a perfect opportunity to deepen my craft, and I can’t wait to see how the action unfolds in this bustling environment.” This isn’t the first time Quavo has graced the big or small screen. The “Straightenin'” rapper, who has had small roles on TV shows like Blackish and Narcos: Mexicowill also star alongside Robert De Niro and John Malkovich in the upcoming thriller wash me in the river.

Quavo’s movie news follows the Atlanta star announcing the release of “Bando Babies,” a project or single he did with the band Migos and his nephew Takeoff.

To resume, directed by Greg Jonkajtys was filmed in Atlanta and “will delve into the fascination with sideshows, stunts in car culture that see drivers take to the streets and parking lots to pull off tricks. Trioscope, using his technique of d exclusive animation, will bring this to life by fusing live performance with animation.” As for Quavo’s musical career, he seems to focus solely on all things “Unc & Phew,” the nickname for his new two-band with Takeoff. After dropping “Hotel Lobby” in June, the duo followed up with “Us vs. Them” in July, which received rave reviews. Check out the visuals below.

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