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50 Cent & LaLa Anthony Make Another Power Move, Starring In New STARZ Series 'Intercepted'

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"Power" duo 50 Cent and LaLa Anthony are teaming up to co-star in a new STARZ project. Deets inside...

Another one!

"Power" executive producer Curtis "50 Cent" Jackson and "Power" starlet LaLa Anthony are joining forces again, and La is the perfect person to have on the team.

The duo is working on a new soapy drama titled "Intercepted" that'll be produced via 50's G-Unit Films and Television.

Mrs. Anthony has been tapped to star AND executive produce, according to Deadline. Get those coins, La.

"Intercepted" is based on Alexa Martin’s bestselling novel of the same name. It's the first of a three-part book series called The Playbook, which was inspired by the years Alex Martin spent as an NFL wife. FUN FACT: LaLa is the best-selling author of two books, The Love Playbook and The Power Playbook.

Deadline reports:

Intercepted centers on Marlee Harper (Anthony), who is the perfect girlfriend. She’s sure had enough practice, dating her NFL-star boyfriend for the last 10 years. But when her relationship unexpectedly ends, she vows to never date an athlete again. Only one problem: Gavin Pope, the new star quarterback in town, has Marlee in his sights.

Perfect role for La as she's a real-life WAG with her fair share of relationship ups and downs, so she'll be able to add just enough emotion to bring her charcter to life on-screen.

The new series is part of 50's overall deal with STARZ. He's also developing a series "Black Mafia Family" and "Vanguard" for the network.

 

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1. The STEM School of Highlands Ranch will be closed today and for the rest of the week following a May 7 shooting during which one student died and eight others were injured. STORY

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