Rapper Ludacris has teamed with Paramount Pictures and MTV Films to develop a comedic feature film tentatively titled "Skip Day." Ludacris pitched the idea for himself to star in and executive produce

Rapper Ludacris has teamed with Paramount Pictures and MTV Films to develop a comedic feature film tentatively titled "Skip Day." Ludacris pitched the idea for himself to star in and executive produce as well as contribute to the film's soundtrack.

"Skip" is described as "House Party" meets "Ferris Bueller's Day Off" set in Atlanta. It's about a high school teenager (Ludacris) and his buddy, who are transferred from an inner-city school to an uptight suburban prep school where they turn things upside down in their quest to initiate a skip day among the senior students. At the same time, the principal is on to them, and they try to elude him in accomplishing their goal.

Ludacris had a bit part as a customer at a car wash in last year's "The Wash," which starred fellow rappers Dr. Dre and Snoop Dogg. Next month, he begins production on the indie feature "Radio" in Los Angeles.

The 23-year-old rap star, who is signed to Def Jam, released his sophomore album, "Word of Mouf," in November. As previously reported, he will join Eminem, Papa Roach, and X-Ecutioners on this summer's Anger Management tour, which kicks off in late July.