Chris "Ludacris" Bridges is in talks to star in and produce in the Damon 'Coke' Daniels-directed comedy titled Parking Lot Pimpin' or "what happens after leaving the club."

According to, the film, written by Daniels and Jaleel White (Family Matters) centers around Walt, played by Luda, "a young man who, following a nasty break-up, teams up with his slick buddy, Dez, for a night on the town after a nasty break-up." Dez attempts teaching Walter the game of "parking lot pimping" - waiting in the parking lot outside a nightclub, most likely next to a rented luxurious car, in order to "holler" at female club goers exiting the premises. However, everyone in the town, including Walt, end up seeing through Dez and his "cheap scams."

Parking Lot Pimpin' is set to begin shooting in April. It will be co-produced by Ludacris’ Disturbing Tha Peace company and Hoody Allan Productions.

Well, I can't say I'm thrilled. It doesn't sound very promising. I have a feeling Ludacris' career could go in a different direction after this. But, what do I know!

Luda was last seen in the Gary Marshall's critically-panned ensemble romantic comedy New Years Eve.