For all the good Hollywood has done in dealing with predominantly African-American driven movies (we’ve still got a long way to go though), all of that is about to become undone with a movie about WorldStarHipHop.

Somehow Paramount Insurge thought it would be a good idea to buy a pitch from How To Make It In America creator Ian Edleman about the website everyone with any amount of brain power would detest and want banished off the face of the Earth. Edelman may be directing the movie when it begins shooting around New York City sometime in the Fall but to say its an original pitch akin to Ferris Bueller’s Day Off — there’s no way in the world that said pitch wouldn’t involve 65% of ratchet videos, 15% advertisements about buying something for a day period, 10% about scantily clad women trying to dance and look just as fake sexy as an Instagram model and 10% of actual content you may even want to watch.

My question is this, why even make it like Bueller? Why couldn’t the movie be like the ratchet version of The Social Network where we find out how in the hell Q fell for Kat Stacks after she exposed plenty of rappers, almost got the hands of God laid upon her by Carmelo Anthony and how Q wouldn’t get her out of jail? Make it a ghetto love story or something? Then again, I forgot, we’re talking about Hollywood and we’re definitely about to romanticize WorldStarHipHop and sanitize it for the big screen.

Might need a Hazmat suit to pull that off…

Did I forget to mention Russell Simmons is somehow involved in all of this? I thought the RUSH Card was a bad investment for my credit and lifestyle choices. The film is set to be produced by Simmons, Douglas Banker, Trevor Engelson, and site founder Q Worldstar for Def Pictures, Woven, Underground and WSHH. In other words, these are the men who are going to undoe every bit of good will we made in Hollywood — and that’s even including the hood classic I Got The Hook Up!.