“Cash Me Outside” Girl to be featured in new Roman Polanski short film

Danielle Bregoli, better known as Bhad Bhabie or the “Cash Me Outside Girl”, has agreed-in-kind to appear in a short English language film directed by legendary director Roman Polanski.
The still-untitled film project reportedly centers on the private relationship between a teenage girl, tentatively played by Bregoli, and an 85 year old man. Polanski, who has several acting credits on his lengthy resume, plans to play the lead role in addition to directing.

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Danielle Bregoli & Roman Polanski will be working together on a short film in France this summer.

Polanski is an internationally acclaimed director with credits spanning over six decades. A three-time nominee for Best Director at the Academy Awards, he won the award in 2002 for The Pianist. Several of his films, including Rosemary’s Baby and Chinatown, have been rated in the American Film Institute’s Top 100 Lists.
Bregoli, a viral sensation best known for her appearance on an episode of Dr. Phil, is an American rap artist who has charted three singles (“These Heaux”, “Hi Bich” and “Gucci Flip Flops“) in the Billboard Top 100. She turned 16 years old in March 2019.
Bregoli is committed to a tour in April and May, but says she is looking forward to seeing France in the summer so she can film her scenes with Polanski.
“I bet they got dope ass trailer courts in Paris,” Bregoli told reporters. Asked about working with the legendary Polanski, she said, “This shits so, like, real yo. That bitch directed Johnny Depp. That’s some, like, dope ass shit, you know?”
A friend close to Polanski says he hasn’t seen the director so excited to work with a young actress in decades.
“In most of these scenes the two will be working alone,” said Paul Little, who reports he is working closely with Polanski on the script. “He’s been actually exercising and trying to get in shape, like anyone expects for a man in his mid-80s to be ‘in shape’. Just get out there and stick your part, old timer! (laughs) It’s kind of endearing, you know?”

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