Chance The Rapper Working On Feature-Length Musical "Hope" Based On Chicago Teens

Having dropped off the thriller Slice earlier this yr, Chance The Rapper is now gearing up for an additional film since becoming a member of MGM studios to develop a feature-length musical, Complex studies. Chance’s supervisor Pat Corcoran may even be concerned within the undertaking alongside Tradecraft’s Scott Bernstein.

The film is titled Hope and could have The Leftovers and Empire’s Carlito Rodriguez writing the script. The foundation of the movie follows a gaggle of Chicago teenagers “that band collectively to show artwork into motion inside their neighborhood.” 

“From day one, our mission at Haight Films’ has been to use Haight Brand’s artist-first and Chicago-proud ideology to the movie house. We are extremely excited to be working alongside Chance, MGMand Scott Bernstein to carry this imaginative and prescient to life,” Pat mentioned of the undertaking. “Chance and [Nico Segal] are undoubtedly two of essentially the most influential and revolutionary artists of their technology. We really feel thrilled, privileged, and desperate to be collaborating with them on such a singular undertaking.”

The film remains to be in its early stage so particulars on the discharge date and others to star in it have but to be revealed. Keep it locked on the location for extra updates.