LL Cool J Finds a Multi-Pic Home at Lions Gate

by | July 15, 2005 | Comments

The Hollywood Reporter brings news of a deal between actor/rapper LL Cool J and Lions Gate Films. Although the exact numbers have not been released, Mr. J (born as: James Todd Smith) will star in several films for LG, and act as producer, too. The first project on deck will be "an urban version of the ’80s thriller "Fatal Attraction."

Aside from being one of the world’s most successful rap stars, LL Cool J has made a name for himself in the movie biz over the years. His films include "Deep Blue Sea," "Rollerball," "Mindhunters," "Toys," "In Too Deep," and "Any Given Sunday."

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