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All 18 Lil Yachty Movies (in Order)

Get ready to dive into the world of Lil Yachty as we take a closer look at his most memorable and celebrated movie appearances. From his big-screen debut to his latest roles, we’ve got all the scoop on Lil Yachty’s cinematic journey. So sit back, relax, and let us guide you through the waves of Lil Yachty Movies!

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1. Kevin Hart: What Now? (2016)

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Kevin Hart: What Now? . is a riveting comedy documentary that follows the hilarious comedian as he takes on the massive challenge of performing in front of a crowd of 53,000 people at Philadelphia’s iconic outdoor venue, Lincoln Financial Field. With a runtime of 1 hour and 36 minutes, this high-energy film showcases Kevin Hart as he delivers his stand-up comedy routine, tackling taboo subjects with his signature wit and charm.

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2. The Fate of the Furious (2017)

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The Fate of the Furious” takes the adrenaline-fueled franchise to a whole new level, as Dominic Toretto gets entangled in the world of terrorism and must confront a betrayal that hits close to home. The high-octane action, thrills, and heart-pounding stunts are bigger and better than ever before as the crew faces trials that will test them to their limits.

3. 2017 MTV Video Music Awards (2017)

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Revel in the grandeur of the music industry as you get up close and personal with the 2017 MTV Video Music Awards! Held on August 27, 2017 at the iconic The Forum in Inglewood, California, this star-studded event brought together the biggest names in music to honor the most electrifying music videos released between June 25, 2016 and June 23, 2017.

4. xXx: Return of Xander Cage (2017)

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xXx: Return of Xander Cage hits the big screen in 2017, capturing the action-packed thrill rides that fans have come to love. Set in a world of espionage and high-speed stunts, Xander Cage (Vin Diesel) finds himself in perilous danger, barely surviving an unfortunate incident.

5. Uncle Drew (2018)

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Uncle Drew” is a heartwarming and comedic sports drama that revolves around a man’s determination to win the prestigious Rucker Classic street ball tournament in Harlem. Starring Kyrie Irving, Lil Rel Howery, and Shaquille O’Neal, the movie takes viewers on a journey of friendship, personal growth, and the unforgettable power of basketball.

6. Teen Titans GO! To the Movies (2018)

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Teen Titans GO! . To the Movies is a lively, animated superhero adventure that follows five teenage superheroes as they try to make their way to the big screen.

7. Life-Size 2 (2018)

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Step into the magical world of Life-Size 2, a heartwarming Christmas comedy that will leave you spellbound. Follow the story of Grace, a young and troubled CEO trying to navigate the pressures of running a toy company, as she faces a quarter-life crisis and a plummeting stock price.

8. Long Shot (2019)

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Unleash the irresistible chemistry between comedy and romance in the 2019 film, Long Shot. This hilarious journey follows the life of Fred Flarsky, a witty and talented journalist, who finds himself in the unlikely role of being the speechwriter for the ambitious Charlotte Field, a rising star in international politics.

9. How High 2 (2019)

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Get ready for another hilarious adventure as stoner duo Silas and Smokey embark on a pot-fueled journey through Atlanta in “How High 2”. With the help of their friends, they’ll do whatever it takes to find their missing weed, all while facing absurd challenges and encounters in the city. Featuring Lil Yachty, D. C.

10. Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé (2019)

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Homecoming: A Film by Beyoncé” is a documentary directed by the iconic pop sensation herself, alongside Ed Burke. Released in 2019, the movie provides an intimate, behind-the-scenes look at Beyoncé’s celebrated 2018 Coachella performance. This riveting documentary takes the audience on an emotional journey, tracing the evolution of the creative concept from inception to cultural impact.

11. The Sun Is Also a Star (2019)

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The Sun Is Also a Star” is a heartwarming drama that explores the fragility of human connections. The film tells the story of Daniel, a hopeless romantic who is ambivalent about his future in medical school. His life takes an unexpected turn when he encounters Natasha, a young woman with a hard-luck past who doesn’t believe in love.

12. Fyre Fraud (2019)

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Fyre Fraud is a riveting documentary that delves into the infamous Fyre Festival disaster. The film takes viewers behind the scenes as concert promoters and rapper Ja Rule, along with mastermind Billy McFarland, promise an unforgettable high-end festival experience. However, their dreams quickly turn into a chaotic nightmare when they fail to plan for the proper infrastructure to support the venue, artists, and guests.

13. Sonic the Hedgehog (2020)

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Get ready for a high-speed adventure with the world’s favorite blue hedgehog in “Sonic the Hedgehog”! . When a small-town cop named Tom Wachowski (James Marsden) stumbles upon a mysterious, fast hedgehog in his backyard, he quickly realizes that he’s in for the ride of his life. With the help of his new furry friend, Sonic (Ben Schwartz), they must join forces to take down the evil genius Dr.

14. There’s Someone Inside Your House (2021)

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In the suspense-filled world of “There’s Someone Inside Your House” (2021), a masked killer preys on the graduating class at Osborne High, determined to reveal each victim’s darkest secret. A group of unlikely heroes must come together to stop the bloodshed and unravel the horrifying mystery.

15. A Man Named Scott (2021)

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A Man Named Scott” is a riveting documentary that takes its viewers on a captivating journey through the life and music career of Kid Cudi, exploring his triumphs, struggles, and the remarkable person he became. The film delves deep into Cudi’s personal life, relationships, and experiences that propelled him to become a groundbreaking figure in the music industry and a beloved idol to his fans.

16. The System (2022)

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The System” (2022) is a gritty, action-packed crime thriller that follows the journey of a young soldier recently returned from combat. Caught up in a drug bust, he finds himself recruited by the authorities to go undercover in a notorious, high-security prison. His mission is to uncover the truth behind the happenings within the walls, as he navigates the perilous landscape of danger and deception.

17. On the Come Up (2022)

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On the Come Up, released in 2022, follows the journey of 16-year-old Bri (played by Jamila Gray) who dreams of becoming one of the greatest rappers in history. However, facing life’s challenges such as evictions, controversies, and a looming deadline, Bri must push beyond her circumstances to make her dreams a reality.

18. Leave the World Behind (2023)

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Leave the World Behind, released in 2023, is a gripping drama thriller that intertwines a family’s vacation with a mysterious cyberattack. As a family of four seek refuge in a luxurious rental home, they are left without their devices and face two strangers appearing at their doorstep. Directed by Sam Esmail and based on a screenplay by Rumaan Alam and Sam Esmail, this film delves into a chilling tale of an unknown threat and the collapse of civilization.

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Lil Yachty Developing Action Heist Movie Based on Card Game Uno

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Rapper Lil Yachty is developing an action heist comedy based on Uno — yes, the card game — with Mattel Films.

Marcy Kelly wrote the screenplay for the movie, set in the underground hip hop world of Atlanta. Though the cast has not been announced, Lil Yachty is being eyed for the lead role.

“I’m so excited to be part of this film with Mattel,” said Lil Yachty, a musician best known for the songs “Broccoli” and “iSpy.” “I played Uno as a kid and still do today, so to spin that into a movie based on the Atlanta hip hop scene I came out of is really special. It hits close to home for me.”

Uno was created in a Cincinnati barbershop in the ’70s as a way for families to spend time together. Five decades later, the game is available in more than 80 countries. Mattel has owned the game since 1992.

Along with Lil Yachty, Mattel Films will produce the movie with Quality Control’s Kevin “Coach K” Lee, Pierre “P” Thomas and Brian Sher for Quality Films.

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Robbie Brenner, executive producer, and Kevin McKeon, supervising producer, will lead the project for Mattel Films.

“At Mattel Films, we are looking to explore stories that bring our brands to life in unexpected ways,” said Brenner. “Uno is a game that transcends generations and cultures and we look forward to partnering with Lil Yachty, as well as with Coach, P, and Brian Sher, to transform the classic Uno game into a comedic action adventure.”

Numerous films have been based on Mattel products and toys, including American Girl, Barbie, Barney, Hot Wheels and Magic 8 Ball.

Lil Yachty is represented by ICM Partners and Uwonda Carter Scott. Kelly is represented by 3Arts Entertainment and JYWAMM.

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Birthday: Aug 23, 1997

Birthplace: Atlanta, Georgia, USA

Rapper Miles Parks McCollum - better known by his stage name, Lil Yachty - was born in Mableton, Ga., on Aug. 23, 1997. He first gained fame in August 2015 with the release of his singles "One Night" and "Minnesota." That fall, he dropped out of Alabama State University to pursue his musical career, which saw him release his debut mixtape "Lil Boat" in March 2016. On June 10 of that year, Lil Yachty announced that he had signed a joint venture record deal with Quality Control Music, Capitol Records and Motown Records. His debut studio album, "Teenage Emotions," came out on May 26, 2017. His follow-up album, "Lil Boat 2," was released on March 9, 2018. Lil Yachty described his musical style as "bubblegram trap" for his sampling sounds that range from "Mario Bros." audio and the theme from long-running animated series "Rugrats" to the startup sound of a Nintendo GameCube video-game console. Outside of music, he debuted as a model for Kanye West's Yeezy Season 3 fashion line at New York's Madison Square Garden in February 2016.

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Eric welcomes Lil Yachty. Rico Nasty slaps around an iconic character. A school bus crashes and a President's son is the lone suspect.

After a life completely devoid of spice, rapper Lil Yachty dives into the hot sauce deep end, trading in his usual meal of pepperoni pizza for ten scorching hot chicken tenders.

Tyga and Lil' Yachty compete to overcome their fears. Joined by Kodi Shane and Chanel WC, these hip hop stars must control some crazy creatures, escape from a hypothermia inducing ice shower, and hang on to giant orbs suspended from a helicopter.

On an all-new episode of Ridiculousness, hip hop superstar Lil Yachty joins Rob, Chanel, and Steelo to check out what's going on in THE YACHTY CLUB, celebrate some style trailblazers in LOCKS ON LOCK and stay focused with the UNFAZED CLAN.

George has to navigate political correctness in order to convince a transgender actress to co-star in "Valleys." Meanwhile, Manolo has problems with bullies at school and Maronzio starts a podcast.

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“I would be nowhere without the Internet,” the artist and filmmaker Petra Collins told IndieWire last week, after her short documentary, “Keep Sailing,” about the Atlanta rapper Lil’ Yachty premiered on The Fader, which produced the film.

Collins was drawn to Yachty as a fan of the music, but also because of their similar trajectories. “How he came up on the Internet and was really honest about that really drew me to him.”

Collins began taking photos at 15, and when she didn’t see a place for her work, founded the online women’s art collective “The Ardorous.” Her dreamy visual style and unapologetic images of female sexuality caught the eye of other young artists, and she began receiving submissions.

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With the site’s success as well as her considerable Instagram following, Collins became the unofficial arbiter of taste for young female artists and their fans. Her first book, “Babe,” a collection of work by Ardorous artists, was released in 2015, with a foreword by Rookie Magazine founder and actress  Tavi Gevinson (“Enough Said”). She has also modeled for Ryan McGinley, arguably one of the most important photographers working today.

Collins directed the music video “Boy Problems” for Carly Rae Jepson, who learned of her work via Instagram. She also made a three-part documentary series called “Making Space,” exploring the importance of dance for young girls in the deep South. At 14 minutes, “Keep Sailing” is the longest film Collins has made to date.

Like her other films, “Keep Sailing” stays true to Collins’ visual style, which she perfected with her 35 mm photography. With washed out colors, her images look as though they’ve passed through an Instagram filter of her own design. Yachty’s outsize persona fits into this otherworldly color scheme, as Collins blurs the lines of fantasy and reality.

“It’s almost a mockumentary ,” she said, referring to Yachty’s appearance — in bright red wig and mustache — as his own fictional uncle, Darnell Boat, a character from Yachty’s album. “That feels more real than doing a straight-up documentary, because it’s taking the subject in their world and creating it as well.”

Yachty is an unconventional subject for Collins, whose previous work is unabashedly feminist. (She designed a line of t-shirts for American Apparel featuring masturbating, menstruating, hairy vagina drawings). But she found his honesty about his thirst for fame refreshing.

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“It’s so taboo to talk about how you become successful,” said Collins. “[Lil’ Yachty] debunks this old way of thinking about fame, that this person is so talented they just got where they are.”

Unfortunately, simply claiming space as a female filmmaker is still a radical feminist act. Collins has a unique vantage point, straddling the art, fashion and now film worlds. She says it is harder to be a female filmmaker than a female artist. “When you’re creating art, you’re just doing it on your own.”

Filmmaking involves a whole host of collaborators — often male — who take one look at a waif-ish young woman and feel entitled to offer advice, even if she’s the director. “When I’m on set, I have to constantly remind myself that I’m the talent.”

Which is why Collins is so grateful to the Internet and social media for democratizing opportunities. “It’s about not waiting for permission to do something, and not having to go through the classic system,” she said. “Because it’s usually not a system that works.”

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Lil Yachty Talks His "Teen Titans Go! To The Movies" Hollywood Debut

Toward the end of the first song on KYLE’s recent album Light of Mine , his friend and collaborator Lil Yachty enters the soundscape for the first time. Contrary to what might be expected from the rapid-fire “Lil Boat” ad-libs that announce his arrival, he’s not rapping; instead, he plays the role of KYLE’s conscience, advising him to leave the negativity in the past and focus on his growth.

Sporadically appearing throughout the album to provide well-timed words of encouragement, the project gave Yachty the opportunity to try his talents in a slightly different lane, casually reciting his lines rather than spitting them with rhythm and cadence.

“KYLE had it just like the movie, structured out the way he wanted it to be,” he said about working on the album. “It wasn’t that difficult, pretty much like doing a favor for a friend.”

The cheery, uplifting energy that shone through on Light of Mine is nothing new for Lil Yachty, who’s kept that spirit a constant through much of his catalog. However, sharing that positivity in brief moments of dialogue rather than a typical 16 bars could be seen as a precursor to his next foray: the upcoming flick Teen Titans Go! To The Movies . The red-braided rapper will voice Green Lantern, who aids the teenage quintuplets on their quest to become Hollywood’s newest stars.

Despite the casting, Yachty finds more similarities between himself and Robin, while noting the differences between the current series and the original cartoon that ran a decade prior.

“Robin, as far as leader characteristics, and just being a star,” he said, comparing himself to the Boy Wonder. “Robin from Teen Titans Go! not like Robin from the real … those are two different Robins.”

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Yachty is more than excited for his debut role in a major film, especially with it being the Teen Titans franchise. He’s been a devoted fan of the series for years and says watching the reboot was an integral part of his college routine while he attended Alabama State University. It made his decision a no-brainer when he got the call to be a part of the movie, aiding in his pursuit to expand his brand outside of music alone.

The film follows the Teen Titans as they try to join the ranks of the “real” superheroes with their own movie. Along the way, they encounter an evil archenemy by the name of Slade, who they’re forced to deal with in order to keep the world from falling into disarray.

Yachty isn’t the only musician taking part in the hijinks. Singer-songwriter Halsey voices the character of Wonder Woman, while big-ticket actors such as Nicolas Cage (Superman) and Will Arnett (Slade) will also be involved.

Lil Boat didn’t have too many direct interactions with the rest of the cast due to his busy schedule, though. Instead, he recorded most of his lines whenever he was available. He noted how the process of working in the studio with a team of actors and directors wasn’t much different than his previous collaborations with various rappers and producers.

“Working with actors, it was literally the same,” he said. “Sometimes you watch the scenes just to get an idea of how to act, but pretty much the same.”

He also found parallels in the recording process itself, explaining how the two media shared crucial details that were important to focus on. Inflections and delivery are paramount in today’s Hip Hop landscape, and after years of paying attention to those technical details, the movie directors were instantly happy with his performance.

“Recording is actually very similar, just being in the studio and talking into a microphone,” he said. “Expressions are very important.”

All in all, the filmmaking process was an enjoyable experience for Yachty, and he’s looking forward to his next opportunity. He says appearing in a movie has been a goal of his for some time, and he’s happy with how the project turned out.

“Everything,” he said when asked about the type of roles he’s looking for in the future. “I don’t want any labels, I want to try everything . I’d be happy to get into it.”

Teen Titans Go! To the Movies debuts in theaters on July 27.

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Lil Yachty e James Blake uniscono magicamente le forze

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Già la copertina è uno spettacolo . Uno scatto immortala una doppia colazione: due mondi, due opposti che si mischiano. Da una parte una tipica english breakfast con té e avanzi di beans, fagioli stufati, dall’altra un bicchiere con dentro una poltiglia viola con ghiaccio, riferimento alla purple drunk , droga a base di sciroppi con cui si sballano i trapper. Il rapper (e non solo ormai) americano Lil Yachty e il cantante e produttore inglese James Blake, il prossimo 28 giugno, pubblicheranno il loro joint album “Bad Cameo” , un progetto che ha il dichiarato obiettivo di far abbracciare gli stili eclettici di due degli artisti più innovativi dell’industria musicale.

“Un disco che vuole trascendere i generi musicali ridefinendone i confini”, scrivono le etichette Quality Control Music/Motown Records. All’inizio di quest’anno Yachty aveva lasciato intendere di essere al lavoro sul progett o con una clip pubblicata sul suo Instagram, generando grandissima curiosità tra i fan. L’annuncio della release arriva in seguito alla partecipazione del duo nell’ultima cover story di Complex, dove si è parlato di processi creativi, ispirazioni e ammirazione reciproca per i rispettivi lavori. Nell’intervista è emerso come i loro differenti background musicali e approcci alla scrittura li abbiano resi paradossalmente complementari portandoli a realizzare un album che vuole rispecchiare la passione condivisa per l’innovazione del suono.

Da una parte abbiamo James Blake , cantante, musicista e produttore star: ha lavorato su gioielli come “Lemonade” di Beyoncé, “4:44” di Jay-Z, “Blonde” di Frank Ocean, “DAMN” di Kendrick Lamar e su “Birds in the Trap Sing McKnight” di Travis Scott, oltre che su “Astroworld” . Ha lavorato anche con Chance the Rapper, André 3000, Drake e Stevie Wonder, dimostrando un’eterogeneità incredibile nel gusto sonoro. Non solo musica: si è parlato molto, tra gli addetti ai lavori, delle sue dure e recenti posizioni sull’industria. Era lo scorso marzo quando, su X, l’artista si scagliò contro l’attuale sistema musicale, generando uno tsunami a livello mediatico : "Se vogliamo musica di qualità, qualcuno dovrà pagare per averla. I servizi di streaming non pagano correttamente, le etichette vogliono una fetta più grande che mai e aspettano solo che tu diventi virale, TikTok non paga correttamente e i tour stanno diventando finanziariamente proibitivi per la maggior parte degli artisti".  Il discorso di James Blake parte da un fondamento solido: la riproduzione della musica non è più la principale fonte di sostentamento degli artisti.

A incrociare il suo destino, ora, c’è Lil Yachty . Artista americano classe 1997, il suo ottavo album "Let's Start Here" vede il rapper, dopo quasi dieci anni, allontanarsi dal suo solito stile trap e rap a favore di elementi rock, contaminazioni e viaggi musicali che hanno reso il disco un piccolo grande atto di libertà. Il progetto, per stessa ammissione del rapper, è stato ispirato dai dischi simbolo di alcuni artisti per lui fondamentali : "Currents" dei Tame Impala, "Dark Side Of The Moon" dei Pink Floyd e "Blonde" di Frank Ocean. Anche i suoi live, adesso, come ha potuto vedere dal vivo anche il pubblico italiano, sono ormai spezzati in due: una parte è interamente trap, un’altra, con l’accompagnamento della band, vira verso il rock psichedelico . Sarà interessante capire come i due mondi, quello di Lil Yachty e James Blake , trovino un equilibrio magico in un album che in molti sperano davvero possa essere qualche cosa di speciale.

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