Paramount Players has indefinitely suspended their $30 million film “Assisted Living” since Cardi B dropped out of the lead role. The film was set to begin a week before it was canceled. “Insiders told the Deadline that the reason for the “Bodak Yellow” singer’s departure was due to overextension.” Paramount Players is considering “pursuing legal action against Cardi for dropping out so late in the process, hopes to try again later this year. Rather than pursuing legal action against Cardi for dropping out so late in the process, the studio, Paramount Players, hopes to try again later this year.
“Deadline reports Assisted Living, which would have starred Cardi in old lady prosthetics as low-level criminal hiding out at her grandmother’s retirement home after being wrongly accused, was set to start shooting next week. As such, the set has been shut down, and the crew was told the film was temporarily canceled.”
– Excerpt from an article for New York Post by Samantha Ibrahim. Read the full article here.
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