Diddy To Star In New Movie As Record Exec; Has New Love For Sin City
Sean ‘Diddy’ Combs is set to star in a new movie entitled Get Him to the Greek, where he will be playing the role of Sergio Roma, a record company executive in the Universal Pictures film which is about a driven, young college graduate named Aaron Greenberg, played by actor Jonah Hill, who is trying to get his big break in the music business at a new record company.
The hip hop music mogul and a NAACP Image Awards-winning actor for his role in A Raisin in The Sun, Diddy, 39, who was recently shooting for the movie in Las Vegas spoke briefly on shooting the film and his new love for the Sin City.
“I’ve been out here [in Las Vegas] shooting a movie [Get Him to the Greek] the last two weeks, so I’m either going to be here or in Miami, but I’m falling in love with Vegas in the last like two weeks,” Diddy stated while out at a promotional party where he was hosting for the SpyOnVegas Hot100, along with scantily clad bikini girls.
“Its been incredible, and Vegas has been treating us great … we’re just having a good time,” Diddy added about filming for the upcoming movie “Get Him to the Greek” which is a spin-off from the 2008 romantic comedy and entertainment film “Forgetting Sarah Marshall.”
The movie “Get Him to the Greek,” which is written and directed by Nicholas Stoller, is slated for release in theaters in April of 2010 and, along with Sean Combs and Jonah Hill, the movie also stars Russell Brand, Elisabeth Moss and Rose Byrne.