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Fast and Furious star joins Queen Latifah in Netflix thriller

Beau Bridges has also signed up for End of the Road.

Fast and Furious star Chris Bridges (aka Ludacris) has just signed onto a new Netflix thriller movie.

Bridges' new project is titled End of the Road, and he'll be starring alongside Queen Latifah in the leading role. She will also serve as an executive producer.

Reacting to the news on Instagram, Bridges wrote: "The hustle NEVER stops! #NewMovieAlert #EndOfTheRoad coming to @netflix with @QueenLatifah!"

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End of the Road will see Latifah's character Brenda facing a tough time – she is recently widowed and loses her job.

She decides to drive her family across the country to start a new life in the New Mexico desert. Far away from help, the family is forced to learn to fight back when they become targets of a mysterious killer.

Greenleaf star Beau Bridges has also signed on to star in the project, while Millicent Shelton will direct. Shelton has a huge list of TV directing credits including 30 Rock, The Walking Dead, Girlfriends, Empire and Black-ish.

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The script is being written by David Loughery, who penned the Meagan Good and Michael Ealy thriller The Intruder. Loughery's script will be based on an original screenplay by Christopher Moore.

Shakim Compere, Ben Pugh and Erica Steinberg will executive produce the project alongside Latifah.

Latifah previously worked with Netflix on Ryan Murphy’s Hollywood series, playing the role of Hattie McDaniel. She is also involved in Adam Sandler’s latest Netflix project titled Hustle.

End of the Road will air on Netflix.


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