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All of you “The Game” fans should be excited to see Rockmond Dunbar (Sons of Anarchy) bouncing back from his Tasha Mack (Wendy Raquel Robinson) heartbreak in producer Errol Sadler’s new film “Curveball”. Sadler teamed up with his Supremacy Films crew mate, Director Brandon “2Mill” Thaxton, to create the highly anticipated film. “Curveball” centers on a star high school baseball player who makes one wrong decision which quickly turns his life into unexpected mayhem.

Alongside Rockmond, the film stars Emmy award winning Lynn Whitfield (The Josephine Baker Story, Madea’s Family Reunion), Roger E. Mitchell (The Walking Dead, Hungry Games, Flight), Cheri Christian and on air personality Rashan Ali. The media buzz alone is proof that Sadler and Thaxton are on route to bring the city of Atlanta a championship. Shooting has already kicked off in the Atlanta area so keep your eyes open, “Curveball” is the film to follow!

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The film is produced by Errol Sadler, raised in Brooklyn, NY and is the founder of Supremacy Films, an Atlanta based film company which he owns and operates with partner Brandon “2Mill” Thaxton. He is becoming one of the most sought after new Producers in the Atlanta’s Film Industry.

 

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Scenes for a feature film called “CurveBall” were shot in a Tucker residence over the weekend.

The movie, produced by Supremacy Films, is about an inner city high schooler who grows up without a father and is taught how to play baseball by a childhood friend. As he becomes one of the most sought-after baseball player in Georgia, the same friend introduces him to drugs.

“We get to see the rise and fall of this kid, and how important it is to have a father figure, or how important it is to have parental guidance,” said producer Errol Sadler.

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Lynn Whitfield and Rockmond Dunbar are starring in Supremacy Films drama titled Curveball.

The film, currently shooting in the Atlanta area, centers on a star high school baseball player who makes one wrong decision that quickly brings some unexpected mayhem into his life.

E. Roger Mitchell (The Hunger Games: Catching Fire), Cheri Christian (The Followingblackhats) andRashan Ali (A Time for LoveThree Can Play that Game), round out the starring cast.

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A feature film called “CurveBall” was shot last Friday (July 26) at Tom M. Wages Funeral Service in Snellville.

The movie, a project by Supremacy Films, is about an inner city high schooler who grows up without a father and is taught how to play baseball by a childhood friend, Sam. As he becomes one of the most sought-after baseball player in Georgia, the same friend introduces him to drugs.

“We get to see the rise and fall of this kid, and how important it is to have a father figure, or how important it is to have parental guidance,” said Errol Sadler, the producer for Supremacy Films.

See Full Article On Patch.com

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Currently shooting in Atlanta is the indie film, ‘Curveball,’ starring Emmy award winning actress Lynn Whitfield(The Josephine Baker Story, Madeas Family Reunion) and Rockmond Dunbar ( Sons of anarchy, The Game).

Directed by Brandon “2Mill” Thaxton, making his directorial debut, the film centers on a star high school baseball player who makes one wrong decision which quickly turns his life into unexpected mayhem.

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“CURVE BALL”

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17, with blonde hair, blue eyes and skinny frame. Tall for his age but lacks the confidence he appears to have. Nolan smiles constantly and receives attention from the girls but would rather be with friends throwing a baseball. He is a friend to many and a boy eager to learn. He is a great pitcher and finds that he is most comfortable in his skin when he is on the mound. Torn between life, love and loss, he finds himself in many uncomfortable situations. Growing up in a small town with only a mother was just the beginning of what was to come.
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