A new Gucci Mane biopic is in the works.

Scine the rapper was released from prison back in 2016, he's been living his best life, with several high profile album releases, a marriage and biography that released last year. Now, the rapper can add biopic to his list of accomplishments as well.

The Hollywood Reporter reports Brian Grazer and Erica Huggins will produce the project, which Paramount and Imagine Entertainment have teamed up to release, which is based on Guwop's aforementioned biography, The Autobiography of Gucci Mane.

There's definitely plenty of content to work with. The book details the Atlanta rappers life in the streets, battle with drug addiction and nearly three year prison stint, tracing his career from his debut 2005 album, Trap House. Since then, the rapper has released a 12 albums and 72 mixtapes.

Guwop's last album, El Gato: The Human Glacier was released back in December. He also dropped Mr. Davis last year. Gucci clocked in a million streams with his first post-prison release "First Day Out Tha Feds" back in 2016, signifying that fans were ready and anxious to hear from the Atlanta rapper. He hasn't stopped releasing music since.

There's no word as of yet on when the Gucci Mane film will begin production.

 

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