Criminal Politics Set The Stage For All-Out War In The New Trailer For CALL ME KING

Husband and wife, and Shadow Motion Pictues filmmaking and production duo R.L. Scott and Monyque Thompson Scott have been busy in the past couple of years working on new webseries projects like Touye Pwen, and their latest, Fixer, which currently has the first and second episodes available on YouTube for viewing. The new series showcases a combination of espionage, intrigue and screen fighting, the latter which is R.L.'s specialty considering he has studied martial arts since the age of 7, and began shooting and directing his own short action clips at the age of 16.

Having helmed and choreographed the 2007 martial arts action tournament drama, Champion Road, followed by its sequel, Champion Road: Arena, R.L. is back with a new trailer this month for the upcoming theatrical release of his latest feature martial arts action crime thriller titled, Call Me King, in collaboration with SMP, Dark Energy Pictures and David Fisher of Fisherthought Productions. The film stars Amin Joseph, who also served as executive producer. Monyque also stars along with Bai Ling, Chris Mulkey, Lester Speight, Robert Miano, Gabrielle Dennis, Shaun Mixon, Sean Riggs, Jonathan "Lil J" McDaniel and Del Zamora. City On Fire brings the new poster which you can see above, announcing a hopeful 2014 release.

SYNOPSIS:
"In chess, the rules are fixed... but the outcome is unpredictable."

In the international world of gun running...loyalty, honor and discretion are valuable commodities, but nothing is more priceless than the bond of family. Power begets enemies and a loved ones betrayal cuts like a knife. Sides will be chosen, wars will be fought. In the end, there can only be one King.

Click HERE if the embed fails to load. Be sure to follow the movie on Facebook and Twitter to learn more.

Comments

Popular posts from this blog

Korean Action Drama, A BITTERSWEET LIFE, Is Getting A Remake With Michael B. Jordan Starring

Shannon Lee Responds To BIRTH OF THE DRAGON, Calls It A 'Travesty', 'Inaccurate' And 'Insulting'

BEYOND SKYLINE: Frank Grillo And Iko Uwais Battle Aliens In The International Teaser Trailer