The Ying Yang Twins are taking their act to the big screen. Bryan Turner's Melee Entertainment has signed the hip-hop duo to star in their first feature, "Viagra Falls." Production is slated to begin

The Ying Yang Twins are taking their act to the big screen. Bryan Turner's Melee Entertainment has signed the hip-hop duo to star in their first feature, "Viagra Falls." Production is slated to begin early next year.

The comedy revolves around two best friends in Atlanta who struggle to make enough money from their minimum-wage jobs to pay for a trip to spring break in Daytona Beach, Fla. Their plans change when a box full of Viagra falls into their laps.

The deal marks Melee's continued emphasis on producing films featuring major recording artists. Last year, the company produced Screen Gems' music-themed hit "You Got Served," starring the R&B group B2K.

Melee's Turner is no stranger to rap: He founded the pioneering independent label Priority Records, home to the seminal West Coast rap group N.W.A., which included Dr. Dre, Ice Cube and Eazy E.

Turner also executive produced and financed the original feature film "Friday," which became a franchise spawning two successful sequels for rapper/actor Ice Cube.

"The Ying Yang Twins enjoy enormous sales and popularity with a fiercely loyal fan base," Turner said. "It's time for them to be movie stars and continue their trajectory of success."