Nick Cannon has become one of the biggest behind-the-scenes moguls in Hollywood. The actor-turned-media personality has recently announced via his Twitter account that the 2002 hit movie "Drumline," which he headlined, would be revived for new projects. Apparently, the film was playing on television, which prompted Cannon to share the good news with his followers.
"Shout out to everyone watching Drumline right now. EXCLUSIVE NEWS: I'm producing Drumline 2 and the TV show for VH1. Stay tuned!!" he tweeted. "SPOILER ALERT: I'm not the main character. I'm too damn old! New class! I'm getting my behind the camera on! But I will be in the movie,' Cannon continued. While the film may have premiered a decade ago and require some dusting off, Cannon has proved to have a knack for television, given the success of his Nickelodeon movie "Rags" starring Keke Palmer.