Tessa Thompson, Lakeith Stanfield and Steven Yeun are set to star in debutant director Boots Riley's drama "Sorry to Bother You".
Production on the film is set to begin this month in Oakland, CA, reported Deadline.
The film follows a "black telemarketer with self-esteem issues who discovers a magical key to business success, propelling him to the upper echelons of the hierarchy just as his activist comrades are rising up against unjust labor practices."
The film will mark the reunion of Thompson with Stanfield as the two have worked together in Oscar-nominated film "Selma".
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