Havoc has been asked to speculate on which two actors would be a good fit to play himself and his late Mobb Deep partner Prodigy in a biopic.

The producer told TMZ Hip Hop on Friday (May 10) that Tray Chaney and JD Williams — who played Poot and Bodie on The Wire — would be perfect to portray the iconic duo on the big screen. “I couldn’t find a better pair of iconic actors, to portray and capture the legacy of Mobb Deep!!!” he said to the outlet.

The casting speculation came up because Chaney has been campaigning for exactly this. “HISTORY Continues To Repeat Itself! YO I want that MOBB DEEP STORY Next. Me & JD can Play HAVOC & PRODIGY! Havoc Is My Brother & when Prodigy was here in the physical form we chopped it up plenty of times I even starred in one of his videos! I’m a push for this to happen!” he wrote on X, formerly known as Twitter, on Friday (May 10). He included photos of times he and Williams had been onscreen together.

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While no official Mobb Deep biopic has been announced, Havoc has been keeping himself busy.

Back in March, he joined forces with Ras Kass and RJ Payne to form the super-group GUTTR, and both Method Man and Fame of M.O.P joined the trio on their debut single, “Roll Call.”

Havoc handles all of the production on the group’s debut album, Everything Is.., which dropped on March 29. Leading the project is the aforementioned “Roll Call,” which also features narration from Sway Calloway.

“Havoc being on board to set the musical canvas on an entire album for brothers to paint these bars has been the opportunity of a lifetime,” Ras Kass said in a press release.

In addition to the GUTTR project, Havoc revealed that a new Mobb Deep album with posthumous vocals from the late Prodigy is currently in the works, and that he’s also recording a project with Method Man.

“I’m actively working on a Mobb Deep album now, as we speak. The family blessed me with a bunch of vocals [by Prodigy] and soon as I leave here, I’m goin’ back to work,” he said in an interview on People’s Party last summer.

He added: “I’m always working constantly working. I got a joint with Method Man coming out soon. It’s an album, yeah. I produced the whole album.”