Movie producers have launched an online hunt to find an actor to play slain rapper Tupac Shakur on the big screen.
The hip-hop hero was gunned down and killed in Las Vegas in 1996 and the new film will tell Tupac's life story.
Film bosses at Morgan Creek Productions are searching for a star to play the rapper and have teamed up with Skee.TV to find the perfect casting, according to the Los Angeles Times.
They're calling for actors to upload a five-minute audition video, which will include a prepared monologue and a one-minute performance of a chosen Tupac song.
Skee.TV founder DJ Skee says, "This audition process is a great example of utilising today's ever-evolving technology to reach fans and actors around the world to pay homage to a hip-hop legend."
Director Antoine Fuqua is overseeing the biopic.