After appearing in six films in the last two years, L.L. Cool J has signed on to star in a new project, "Crazy Town," that will re-team the rapper-turned-actor with Warner Bros., the same production company behind his 1999 flicks "Deep Blue Sea" and "Any Given Sunday."According to "The Hollywood Reporter," Warner Bros. has snatched up rights to a script written by Andy Lieberman and which is described as a mixture of such films as "Dangerous Minds" and "To Sir With Love." In "Crazy Town," L.L. will apparently portray a teacher who is brought in to instruct some high school students who have been institutionalized at a mental hospital. L.L. Cool J's most recent role was that of Miami Sharks running back Julian Washington in Oliver Stone's pro football flick, "Any Given Sunday." L.L. Cool J recently traded the gridiron for the hard-court when he appeared at the NBA All-Star Game over the weekend, performing at the halftime extravaganza alongside Mary J. Blige,
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