*He’s only 14-years-old, but Christopher CJ Wallace is already holding it down as an actor.
The son of R&B singer Faith Evans and the now deceased Notorious B.I.G. (one of the most revered rappers in music history), will soon be seen in the drama/comedy, “Everything Must Go,” (Roadside Attractions) starring Will Ferrell.
The film is about a career salesman whose days of being on top are long gone. One day he not only loses his wife, due to his alcoholism, but also his prestigious job.
When he returns home after being dismissed from his job, he finds the locks have been changed to his house and all of his belongings on his front lawn.
Wallace Jr., who played his father as a child in the box office hit “Notorious,” plays a neighborhood kid who befriends Ferrell’s character, Nick Halsey, who decides to live on his front lawn and drink himself into a stupor until he can figure out his next move, which includes selling most of his possessions in a yard sale. The movie, set for release today, May 13, is based on a short story by Raymond Carver.
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