Megan Thee Stallion's film acting debut has a very provocative title. The Houston rhymer will appear in the film, Dicks: The Musical.

Megan Thee Stallion Makes Her Film Acting Debut in Dicks: The Musical

On Thursday (Aug. 3), the first trailer for the musical film, Dicks: The Musical, hit social media and it features Megan Thee Stallion as a "lady boss" who is tough on her male employees. The zany trailer also briefly shows the Hot Girl Coach performing a rap song with the lyrics, "Y'all are my servants, this is my palace built it brick by brick/So get in line, drop on ya knees and suck my f**kin' d**k."

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the R-rated comedy features comedians Aaron Jackson and Josh Sharp, and is based on their 2014 two-man stage show titled "F**king Identical Twins," which ran at the Upright Citizens Bridgade. Aaron and Josh Sharp play two long-lost twins with a plan to trick their separated parents, played by Nathan Lane and Megan Mullally, into getting back together.

Megan will make her film debut as their tough-as-nails boss in Dicks, which is directed by Larry Charles, who previously directed Borat and was a writer on Seinfeld.

Dicks: The Musical is set to penetrate theaters on Sept. 29. You can watch the trailer below.

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Megan Thee Stallion's Previous Acting Stints

Megan Thee Stallion has been dabbling in acting with a few small television cameos. The 28-year-old rhymer has appeared on Starz's hit drama P-Valley. She also appeared on an episode of She-Hulk: Attorney at Law on Disney+ last year.

In the episode, Megan played herself who is named in a catfishing case. She hires Jennifer Walters, a.k.a. She-Hulk, to represent her in court. After winning the case, Jen—as She-Hulk—celebrated with Megan by twerking together to the song "Body." Watch the video below.

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See the Dicks: The Musical trailer below.

Watch Megan Thee Stallion in Dicks: The Musical Trailer

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