|I Got the Hook-Up|
|Directed by||Michael Martin|
|Music by||Tommy Coster richdruh|
|Edited by||T. David Binns|
|Distributed by||Miramax Films|
|Box office||$10.3 million|
I Got the Hook-Up is a 1998 U.S. crime comedy film, starring Anthony Johnson, Master P, Ice Cube, C-Murder and directed by Michael Martin. This was No Limit Records' first theatrical release. The movie was distributed by Dimension Films.
Working out of their van, Black (Master P) and Blue (Johnson) deal in TV sets and boomboxes, but then a driver mistakenly drops off a cell phone shipment. Business is on the upswing, but then the local crime boss, Roscoe, and his enforcer, T-Lay (Tom Lister Jr.), have a deal go sour and blame Black and Blue. Lorraine's boss Dalton and the FBI are also closing in.
- Master P as Black
- A. J. Johnson as Blue
- Anthony Boswell as Little Brother
- Frantz Turner as Dalton
- Gretchen Palmer as Sweet Lorraine
- Harrison White as Tootsie Pop
- Helen Martin as Blue's Grandmother
- Joe Estevez as Lamar Hunt
- John Witherspoon as Mr. Mimm
- Mia X as Lola Mae
- Fiend as Roscoe
- Tommy "Tiny" Lister, Jr. as T-Lay
- C-Murder as O-Money
- Mr. Serv-On as Mad-Dogg
- Mystikal as Stupid
- Richard Keats as Jim Brady
- Sheryl Underwood as Bad Mouth Bessie
- Tangie Ambrose as Nasty Mouth Carla
- Ice Cube as Gun Runner
- Snoop Dogg as Pool Player/Bar Patron
- William Dixon as FBI Agent (uncredited)
- Devin Reeve as Gym Guy (uncredited)
According to Rotten Tomatoes, I Got The Hook Up received a 17% meaning a rotten or overwhelming dislike.
Master P announced in 2017 via Instagram he's looking for locations to film a sequel to the movie.
Filming started in late July 2018 and completed in mid August 2018. The film was eventually released on July 12th, 2019.