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Friday, July 20, 2007

Tracey & Latifah Want to Know "Who's Your Caddy?"

Tracey Edmonds' tenure as president and chief operating officer of Our Stories Films will be realized on the big screen with the July 27 release of "Who's Your Caddy?"

This is the first of the African American film company's slate of family-friendly comedies for urban audiences. Antwan "Big Boi" Patton from the multi-platinum and Grammy winning hip-hop duo OutKast stars in "Who's Your Caddy?" as C-Note, a superstar rap mogul who runs into fierce opposition when he tries to join a stuffy golf country club. The wild street team and the stuffy elite who collide on the green include Terry Crews, Tamala Jones, MTV's Andy Milonakis, comedienne Sherri Shepherd, Faizon Love, Finesse Mitchell, James Avery, Bruce Bruce, Tony Cox, Garrett Morris, and rapper Lil' Wayne. In September 2006, Edmonds was named to the top position for Our Stories Films, having previously produced films like Soul Food, executive produced "Hav Plenty," and, most recently, the woman behind the successful BET reality shows "College Hill," "Lil' Kim: Countdown to Lockdown," and "DMX: Soul of a Man."

"As the first black owned and run studio with greenlight power, I look forward to working with our top artists and assisting them in bringing their great stories and creative talents to the screen." Edmonds continues, "One of the first calls I received when I started at Our Stories Films was from Queen Latifah and her producing partner Shakim. They pitched me "Who's Your Caddy" and after reading the screenplay and seeing the talent involved, I knew we had to make this movie." (I.W.-Huh?)

From Invisible Woman: Interesting. Maybe she doesn't need Eddie after all, making quality films along the likes of "Hav Plenty" "Lil' Kim Countdown to Lockdown" and "DMX: Soul Of A Man" (?!) To top it off you have the woman who produced the classic "The Cookout" (Latifah) by your side. It also doesn't hurt to still refer to "Soul Food" on your resume constantly after 10 years, too. Kudos!


justjudith said...

lol. that's a funny (sad but true) post.

Invisible Woman said...

I don't know why people keep saying she needs Eddie for a career, unless she's out of the stratosphere ambitious. I just read today she got engaged to Eddie, so maybe she's just tired of working lol :-)