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New York Times bestselling author Carl Weber has been tapped to adapt four of his best-selling novels to screenplays along with three of Carl’s original screenplays in a Seven picture deal with Tri Destined Studios’ ND Brown and Trey Haley. The Man in 3B, the team’s first feature film, was shot in Los Angeles and is currently in the final stages of post-production. The movie stars Lamman Rucker (Tyler Perry’s Why Did I Get Married/Too), DB Woodside best known for his role as President of the United States on the Fox television hit drama ’24’ and is currently on USA’s ‘Suits’, Iconic actor Billy Dee Williams of Star Wars and Lady Sings the Blues fame and Christian Keyes of Beauty and The Beast and BET’s Let’s Stay Together. The Man in 3B is directed by Trey Haley and produced by ND Brown and Carl Weber at the helm.
Carl Weber is one of a handful of African American authors who consistently appear on the New York Times bestseller list year after year. Moving from novels to films, Weber’s screenplay brings to life the secrets and surprises of The Man is 3B, a sexy mystery about Daryl Graham (Lamman Rucker) and the cast of colorful neighbors who reside in his Queens, New York apartment building. In this tale of mystery and murder, we watch as the lives of Weber’s carefully crafted characters are turned upside down, each for a different reasons, but all of them having something to do with Daryl Graham. From his extreme attractiveness to his undeniable swag, Daryl is the man every woman wants and every man wants to be. The Man in 3B is an expertly woven urban tale that was a 2012 New York Times and USA Today bestseller.
The film also stars Kellita Smith (Bernie Mac Show, First Family), Veteran actresses Marla Gibbs and Jackée Harry(227), Anthony Montgomery, Brely Evans, Nafessa Williams, Robert Ri’chard, James Black, Trisha Man and R&B Singer Olivia Longott.
Check out the trailer below:
UP Original Movie “My Other Mother,” is set to air this Sunday, September 21 at 7:00pm EST. This original movie will feature an all-star cast including Essence Atkins, Lynn Whitfield, Jasmine Guy, Greg Alan Williams, Angie Stone and Kendrick Cross. The film is produced by Swirl Films and directed by Stan Foster (Preacher’s Kid, “Tour of Duty”).
“My Other Mother,” is an emotional, heartwarming drama about Candace “Candy” Meyers (Essence Atkins) a successful anchor on a demanding top-rated national magazine show. Fiercely independent and committed to her job, Candy doesn’t make many friends with her demanding, gruff nature. In fact, her only true friend might be her long time manager Lewis (Kendrick Cross). Candy discovers that an anonymous fan she’s had for years has passed away – and he was her biological father Freddy Nelson! Content with the love and support of her adoptive family, Candy has never been curious about her biological parents. That all changes when she travels back for her father’s funeral, meets the Nelson family – including biological uncle Abner (Greg Alan Williams), Freddy’s wife Delores (Angie Stone) and her two step brothers – and discovers that her reclusive, angry and stubborn birth mother, Mary Jo (Lynn Whitfield) is going to be a challenge. The journey these two surprisingly similar women take getting to know each other will break down walls and open them up to a life they never knew was possible.