(AllHipHop News) THR reports that Anchor Bay Entertainment has acquired the rights to release Snoop Dogg and Wiz Khalifa’s collaborative movie, Mac and Devin Go To High School, which both artists will support on their respective tours.
The Hip-Hop comedy, directed by Dylan Brown, stars Wiz Khalifa as an “academic overachiever struggling to write his valedictorian speech because he realizes he has little life experience.”
Snoop Dogg stars as a “senior now going on his 15th year of high school who has a thing for the new substitute teacher. The two find inspiration in each other and team to achieve their respective goals.”
Mike Epps, Affion Crockett, and Andy Milonakis all have roles in Mac and Devin Go To High School, which also features a cameo by “Like A G6” trio, Far East Movement, and narration from recent YMCMB acquisition, Mystikal.
The deal for Mac and Devin Go To High School includes rights for the United States, New Zealand, and Australia however excludes rights for Video On Demand (VOD) subscription services.
The film soundtrack was released on this past December 13 and included the hit single “Young, Wild and Free” which featured Bruno Mars.
There is currently no official release date for the film, although it is expected to be released this spring.