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Rap singer T.I. will make his bigscreen debut by starring in Chris Robinson’s untitled rollerskating comedy for Warner Bros.

Studio has also cast Lauren London and Evan Naess in the project, a contempo music-and-dance-based urban story set in a rollerskating rink in Atlanta, where production will start next week.

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