Cardi B has landed her first leading film role in the comedy Assisted Living.
The chart-topping rapper will play a small-time crook who is forced to disguise herself as an elderly nursing home resident after a heist goes wrong, studio Paramount said.
Grammy winner Cardi B previously had a small role in 2019 stripper crime-drama Hustlers.
Responding to her latest role, the hip-hop star said: "Work & life is about to become 10x harder but I'm overwhelmed with happiness. When you have opportunities in your hands TAKE THEM ALL!"
Paramount said: "We're excited @IAmCardiB's first lead movie role is WAP = Working At Paramount!"
That was a reference to WAP, Cardi B's viral, X-rated 2020 hit.
Her lead role in Assisted Living marks another career high point for the 28-year-old Bronx-born star.
She first found fame in 2015 when she began appearing on reality TV show Love & Hip Hop: New York.
Her debut album, Invasion Of Privacy, arrived in April 2018 and proved to be a massive critical and commercial success.
It spawned the singles Bodak Yellow, I Like It and Be Careful, as well as winning Cardi B the Grammy for rap album of the year.
On top of her wildly popular music, her colourful social media presence has attracted an army of devoted fans.
Cardi B is married to Migos rapper Offset and they have a daughter, two-year-old Kulture.