It seems the culture of lowrider cars is about to hit the silver screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Universal Pictures and Imagine Entertainment producer Brian Grazer have tapped screenwriter Cheo Hodari Coker to write Lowriders.
The film will be based off an idea from Grazer, who was intrigued by the lowrider culture that teens are immersed in throughout California and, primarily, other southern states.
Coker, a former journalist for such outlets as Premiere, Vibe, Rolling Stone and Spin, made his screenwriting debut with this month's Notorious, which was partially based off the book "Unbelievable: The Life, Death and Afterlife of the Notorious B.I.G." that Coker wrote.