Cast Members for 'Straight Outta Compton' Sequel Revealed

Cast Members for 'Straight Outta Compton' Sequel Revealed

'The Wire' star Melvin Jackson Jr. and Dr. Dre's son Curtis Young are among the people seen in the pictures taken from a Los Angeles recording studio.

The actors starring in "Straight Outta Compton" sequel may have been revealed. Despite Universal denying a plan for a second movie, several pictures that show the cast members for the follow-up film have made their way online.

According to TMZ, Daz Dillinger will be played by Azad Arnaud, Dr. Dre by his own son Curtis Young, Suge Knight by Reggie Noble, Tupac Shakur by DaDa, and Kurupt by Melvin Jackson Jr. ("The Wire").

The Lady of Rage is also featured in one of the photos which were reportedly taken in an L.A. recording studio. They allegedly shot a scene where Suge, Tupac, and Daz recorded "Ambitionz Az a Ridah" and "I Ain't Mad at Cha".

Tentatively called "Dogg Pound 4 Life", the film is expected to pick up where the N.W.A biopic left off and focus on the West Coast rappers who reached stardom in the wake of the group's fame. Helmed by F. Gary Gray, the first movie made on a budget of $28 million has collected over $168 million since hitting theaters last month. It's unclear if the director will return for the sequel.



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