Redefine The Hustle

Superfly – the film that helped define a genre in its characters, look, sound, and feel – is reimagined with Director X, director of legendary music videos (Drake, Rihanna), introducing it to a new generation. The screenplay is by Alex Tse.

  • 1 hr 56 minRHDSD
  • Jun 13, 2018
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    Jason Mitchell is an American actor. He had roles in the films Contraband (2012) and Broken City (2013), both of which starred Mark Wahlberg. In 2015, Mitchell played Compton rapper Eazy-E in the biopic Straight Outta Compton (2015), with his performance being met with significant praise by critics. In 2016 he appeared in Keanu (2016), which starred Keegan-Michael Key and Jordan Peele.
  • TREVOR JACKSONYoungblood Priest

    Trevor Jackson is an actor and director, known for SuperFly (2018), Grown-ish (2018) and Burning Sands (2017).

    AL-Jaleel is a Actor/Model born in Atlanta, Ga March 25,1993. His mother is of Arawak/Caribbean descent and his father was born in the United States. AL-Jaleel started rapping at the age of 9 performing in many talent shows around Atlanta. In 2004 AL-Jaleel was a member of the north and south rap duo Called the "Twins of Crime"(T.O.C) who performed in the Atlanta area when they were only 11. The duo later split leaving AL-Jaleel as a solo artist. As he grew up he moved around attending a total of 7 high schools. After graduating he continued his passion for the arts writing poetry and raps , But found a knew love in the entertainment business, acting. AL-Jaleel's original goal was to use acting as a way to make his name known for his music career, but once he began to pursue his career in the film & TV industry, he fell in love with the craft. He has over 6 years of acting training at The Company Acting Studio one of the most highly respected acting studios in the southeast. Al-Jaleel can be seen in his supporting role as Stuart Muckler in Adam Rifkin's feature film, Dog Years starring alongside Burt Reynolds, Ariel Winter , Chevy Chase , Clark Duke, Ellar Coltrane, and Nikki Blonsky hitting theaters early 2018. Next up AL-Jaleel will be seen in Marvel's Venom.

    Alexis "Lex Scott" Davis was born February 26, 1991. She is an actress from Baltimore, Maryland and has been dancing and acting since she was 3 years old. Davis attended Drexel University as a Dance Physical Therapy major before she moved to New York City in 2013. She continued her studies at the New York Film Academy and in 2014, she relocated to Los Angeles, California to pursue a career in film and television. Davis made her television debut starring as the legendary singer Toni Braxton in the Lifetime movie UNBREAK MY HEART which was met with record breaking numbers for Lifetime Television and an outpour of love from Toni's longtime fans. Davis is still based in Los Angeles.

    Terayle Hill was born February 9, 1994 in Los Angeles, California. A Moreno Valley native and Clark Atlanta University alumni, Terayle has hit the Young Hollywood, newcomer scene running. Since his debut on set as an actor, he also embodies a mature passion to impact the industry from an additional perspective. As a budding talent, Terayle has also engrossed himself in the art of making films. While auditioning for roles in front of the lens, Terayle has been developing roles behind the scenes as a writer and director. As an inspiration to those looking up to him, including many of his peers, Terayle spends his idle time paying it forward to the collegial community by visiting universities to motivate and encourage students to manage a healthy lifestyle, remain grounded, and strive beyond their limits: a mantra he has subscribed to and remains to be a critical component of his journey thus far. You can expect to hear more about Terayle Hill in the immediate future. You are invited to stay tuned as the aforementioned is only the tip of the iceberg for this young phenomenon.

    Jacob was born in Boston and raised in Pittsburgh, where he auditioned and booked his first play at age eleven. His arts education started at the performing arts middle school followed by the Pittsburgh Creative and Performing Arts high school before moving to New York City at seventeen to train at the Stella Adler Conservatory. During his first year, he was accepted into the Public Theater in NYC's Shakespeare Lab where he was the youngest person ever accepted. After completing the program, he was the youngest person ever accepted into the American Conservatory Theaters M.F.A Program. Jacob has been blessed to perform several shows on Broadway and Off-Broadway, theatres in Birmingham and London, England as well as having worked in 48 of the 50 states. He has worked with Pulitzer Prize winning playwrights; such as, David Lindsay-Abaire, Jeanine Tesori, Beth Henley, Doug Wright, Quiara Alegría Hudes and Suzan Lori Parks. His most successful collaboration was with Ms. Parks on her play "Father Comes Home from the Wars". The play was won several awards including the Pulitzer, the Lucille Lortel and the IRNE. Jacob played Odesee the Dog for which he won the Lucille Lortel Award for Best Supporting Actor in a Play. He has recently turned his attention to film and television, where he has had the opportunity to work with great artists like Julie Taymor, Alec Baldwin, David Schwimmer, Andrew McCarthy, Richard Chamberlain, Zach Galifianakis, Ted Danson, Chris Noth and Brain Darcy James. He thanks all his family, friends, agents and managers for there support.