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Eva Longoria, Jeremy Piven and Jessica Szohr are set to star in All-Star Weekend, the first movie written and directed by Jamie Foxx. Deadline reports that production began today, and it will be co-produced by actor/producer Chuck Pacheco (Alpha Dog, The Hangover, My Sister's Keeper), Deon Taylor and Butch Kaplan.

All-Star Weekend is a comedy that follows two tow-truck drivers Malik (Foxx) and Danny (Piven). The friends are obsessive fans of basketball, specifically players LeBron James and Steph Curry, and end up winning tickets to the NBA All-Star Game. Szohr plays Danny's girlfriend Abby, while Longoria is the "beautiful and mysterious Asia."

The film will also include cameos by Snoop Dogg, The Game, DJ KhaledFrench Montana and Floyd Mayweather Jr. All-Star doesn't have a set release date yet, but it marks Foxx's return to the screen since 2014's Annie. He is currently filming Robin Hood: OriginsSleepless and Baby Driver.