Ludacris' new film is a CGG Must-See

When rapper/actor Chris “Ludacris” Bridges threw a charitable bash at a Ralph Lauren store in Georgia to raise money for his foundation, superstar friends (like the glamorous Fergie and Rich Boy) came out in full support.

Ludacris with friends Fergie and superproducer Polow Da Don. Via JustJared

The Ludacris Foundation has raised over half a million dollars since 2001 to benefit youth programs. His group’s motto is “helping youth help themselves.”
Hmm…sound familiar? Do Something is with you on that one, Luda.

CGG also checked out the Crash star's new film Ball Don’t Lie this past weekend at the Tribeca Film Festival; in a life-imitates-art move, he plays a mentor to a teen victim of a faulty foster care system.

 

Via Film's Website

Based on the popular novel by Matt De La Peña, who co-wrote the script with Director Brin Hill, Balls Don't Lie is an urban coming-of-age tale. While trying to overcome his lonely childhood, Sticky is tormented by OCD, and only finds salvation when creating hoop magic on the courts of Venice Beach. BDL also stars Nick Cannon, Rosanna Arquette, and streetball-star Grayson "The Professor" Boucher as Sticky.

With its amazing basketball sequences and heart-pounding soundtrack, this tale of one boy's discovery of his place in the world connects on so many levels, which is why it's a CGG Must-see!