Three actors - classically trained, but unemployed - can't even snag the typical black film roles like the thief or the pimp or the cop in this hilarious trip through the racial stereotypes of Hollywood. All the good and bad parts are going to rappers. Blind Justice's Reno Wilson, Dennis Pressey and Garth Belcon star as the long-time friends who step up their game fast. They teach themselves how to rap (basically iambic pentameter), get the right clothes and attitude, and suddenly they're playing the parts of their lives as members of the hottest group around - Large Money Mercenaries, or LMM! Clueless music and film executives (Ted Danson, Henry Winkler) help to skyrocket the band to fame. But keeping it real as gangsta rappers without breaking character is a lot harder than it looks!