Post Malone has stepped into the acting world after landing his first role alongside Mark Wahlberg in an upcoming Netflix movie.
The rapper will be seen in Wonderland, a crime drama movie also starring Mark Wahlberg, Black Panther breakout Winston Duke, Hope Wilson, James DuMont, Alan Arkin, Iliza Shlesinger, and Bookem Woodbine.
Based on a book by crime reporter Ace Atkins, the film will star Wahlberg in the role of an ex-felon-turned-detective, named Spenser, who goes undercover to crack a conspiracy-wrapped murder case in Boston.
The rapper’s involvement in the movie was confirmed by Variety but it’s not clear what role he’ll be playing.
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Wonderland will be directed by Peter Berg, making it his fifth collaboration with Wahlberg including Lone Survivor, Mile 22, and Patriots Day.
And though we have no idea about Malone’s role in the film, we might just guess what he’ll be looking like since his involvement was announced just days after he revealed a drastic change to his hair.
Malone’s dreadlocks have always been a staple part of his appearance ever since he rose to fame in 2015. But now his signature dreads are no more, causing difficulty to some of his diehard fans.
Sharing a photo of his new style, Malone wrote on Twitter: “had 2 big ass dreads. plz don’t stop listening to my music.”
had 2 big ass dreads. plz don't stop listening to my music pic.twitter.com/Azk9v6puzn
— Beerbongs & Bentleys (@PostMalone) October 6, 2018
While some of the fans showed their anger, many begged to know the reason behind the change. One Twitter user wrote: “Why did you cut your hair I’m so mad at you posty”
Another said: “WHAT DID YOU DO”
Although Malone hasn’t revealed the reason behind his new haircut, it’s probably due to his role in the upcoming Netflix movie.
Wonderland is currently being filmed and is likely to be available next year, Elite Daily reported.
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