KID ROCK To Star In "Biker Boyz" Flick

KID ROCK is one of the most recent additions to the cast of DreamWorks Pictures' urban motorcycle film Biker Boyz, which will star Laurence Fishburne (The Matrix, Boyz in the Hood) and Lisa Bonet (Enemy of the State, High Fidelity).

Billed as a contemporary Western on motorcycles, Biker Boyz is set in the world of black motorcycle clubs and follows the real-life exploits of Manuel Galloway (Fishburne), a California motorcycle club president known as the King of Cali. He's surrounded by lawyers and city workers who drop their "normal" lives to don leather gear and bet on their bikes. KID ROCK will play Dog, the leader of rival motorcycle club the Deuces, while Bonet stars as Fishburne's love interest, Queenie.

The project, penned by director Reggie Rock Bythewood from an original draft by Craig Fernandez, is based on an article of the same name penned by Michael Gougis and published in April 2000 in the alternative newsweekly New Times Los Angeles.


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