Big Boi and Kid Cudi are joining a classic horror franchise.

According to Deadline, the two rappers have landed roles in the upcoming television reboot of the anthology Creepshow.

Big Boi is featured in an episode titled “The Man in the Suitcase,” which is written by Christopher Buehlman and directed by Dave Bruckner. Cudi will star in an episode called “Bad Wolf Down” written and directed by Rob Schrab.

The original Creepshow film was helmed by two icons of the horror genre, Night Of The Living Dead director George A. Romero and best-selling author Stephen King. The movie was released in 1982 and spawned a sequel, Creepshow 2, in 1987.

The TV version of Creepshow will debut on Shudder, a streaming service that specializes in horror, later this year. Greg Nicotero, a director/producer for the hit show The Walking Dead, is serving as the showrunner.

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