Migos is working on a movie inspired by films from the 1990s

Migos will soon be breaking into cinema, because one of the members just announced he's working on a movie script.

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During a Beats 1 interview with Zane Lowe, Quavo, one-third of the Atlanta-based rap group, revealed he's writing a screenplay for a Migos flick inspired by films from the 1990s and early 2000s.

Think "Juice," "Menace II Society" and "Baller Blockin."

"I always been watching movies and, like, my favorite musicians do movies and they really used to do that a lot in like the '90s," he said. "So I'm a '90s baby and all my favorite movies got all the dope artists in them."

Quavo even shared that the trio has been in contact with fellow Atlantan Donald Glover, the creator and star of the FX series "Atlanta."

No word yet on the plot or release date, but the artist said he's looking forward to learning what the film industry has to offer. 

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