50 Cent May Be Starring in Animated Comedy Series Based on His Childhood

He's reportedly in negotiations.

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50 Cent had his big-screen debut years ago but he's now reportedly in talks to step into his very first animated role. Deadline is reporting that the G-Unit rapper is in negotiations with FOX along with producer Randall Emmett—who produced Rambo—and Imagine TV.

There's no official word on whether or not the show will air—and when. However, Deadline reports that the unnamed series will be loosely based on Curtis Jackson's childhood and will be written by Carl Jones—who is best known for producing The Boondocks and Black Dynamite. The show will reportedly follow a "mischievous but well-meaning boy who often tangles with his eccentric family and neighborhood."

Will this have an impact on Street Kings Immortal, which is rumored to drop this spring? We sure hope not.

[via Deadline]


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