Big Screen Barbie: Details Revelaed As Thickie-Nicki Minaj Lands First Starring Movie Role In “The Other Woman” With Cameron Diaz

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Nicki Minaj Confirmed To Star In Her First Movie With Cameron Diaz

YMCMB roster chick Nicki Minaj is continuing to branch out and has been confirmed to dabble in yet another aspect of entertainment: acting.

It was recently confirmed Thicky Nicki will be making her acting debut with a starring role in the upcoming film “The Other Woman” with Hollyweird actress Cameron Diaz.

via MTV News

After one (albeit rocky) season on “American Idol,” Nicki Minaj now qualifies as a TV veteran. But the Young Money princess is working on upping her screen game with a role in the upcoming Cameron Diaz revenge comedy “The Other Woman.”

Minaj, who starred as animated mammoth Steffie in last year’s “Ice Age: Continental Drift,” is in final negotiations to play Diaz’s opinionated assistant at a law firm in the film, according to the Hollywood Reporter.

The comedy will be directed Nick Cassavetes (“Alpha Dog”) and also feature “This is 40″ actress Leslie Mann, “Game Of Thrones” star Nikolaj Coster-Waldau and model Kate Upton.

The movie follows the thrice-married Diaz, who finds out that she is the “other woman” in an affair and teams up with the wife to get revenge on the cheating husband, played by Coster-Waldau. Upton plays another mistress who joins the women

It’s not very surprising that Nicki is trying her hand at acting given the fact that she’s spent so much of her career “in character” already, has openly admitted that acting is her first love, and even attended a performing arts school as a teenager.

Will you be checking for Nicki on the big screen?

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