FANGIRL CHALLENGE [8/50] Male Characters ~ Quentin Fields “People say Quentin Fields was a great basketball player. Graceful. Fluid. Inspiring. They say on a good night it almost seemed as though he could fly. And now he can.”
LOS ANGELES, CA (October 17, 2017) – Novus Content and Footage Films announced today that principal photography has begun on “ALWAYS & FOREVER,” from filmmaker Christopher B. Stokes, with Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Robbie Jones and Wood Harris starring. The film is shooting in Los Angeles.
“ALWAYS & FOREVER” is directed by Stokes (“’TIL DEATH DO US PART,” “BOY BYE,” “YOU GOT SERVED”) and co-written with fellow producer, Marques Houston. The duo will produce through their Footage Films banner, along with Shondrella Avery, Jerome Jones and Jarell Houston. Novus Content’s Patrick Johnson Jr., Patrick Johnson Sr. and Robert Johnson will serve as executive producers with Novus Content also distributing worldwide. This will be the second co-venture for Footage Films and Novus Content who achieved recent box office success with the urban psychological thriller, “TIL DEATH DO US PART” which released in theaters on September 29. As a true independent title, the film debuted at the #3 spot for new releases and broke in within the top ten of all weekend box office grosses.
“ALWAYS AND FOREVER” centers on the life of Nicole Taylor, a successful criminal prosecutor with both beauty and brains. Nicole has everything going right – until it all goes wrong. When Nicole’s childhood friends begin to die under mysterious circumstances, she becomes convinced their deaths are tied to dark secrets from her past.
Cynthia Addai-Robinson (“THE ACCOUNTANT,” “ARROW”) stars as Nicole and Robbie Jones (“BOSCH,” “TEMPTATION:CONFESSIONS OF A MARRIAGE COUNSELOR”) as her loving husband Brian. Wood Harris ( “BLADE RUNNER 2049,” “CREED”) plays Danny, the detective assigned to the case. Rounding out the cast is Lauren London (“THE GAME,” “THE PERFECT MATCH”) as Nicole’s friend Tammy; while Nicole’s childhood friends are Deborah Ayorinde (“GIRLS TRIP,” “LUKE CAGE”) playing Sommer, Rocsi Diaz (“DATING NAKED,” “ENTERTAINMENT TONIGHT”) playing Miranda, and Vanessa Curry (“BENCH SEAT”) playing Brandi. The film also stars Loretta Devine (“THE CARMICHAEL SHOW,” “NAKED”), Joely Fisher (“LAST MAN STANDING,” “TIL DEATH”) and Erica Tazel (“THE GOOD FIGHT,” “JUSTIFIED”).
Some new generation of BLACK male actors on scene to look out for, [Top Left - Bottom] Robbie Jones - Tyler Perry’s Temptation Movie - Jay Ellis The Game - His Character is appealing - Chadwick Boseman who plays Jackie Robinson in 42 - He is definitely a looker - Michael B. Jordan - You might remember him from The Wire, he played the role of Wallace.
“Quentin Fields was a basketball player. He was also a son. A brother. Somebody’s teammate. Somebody’s friend. I never knew Quentin Fields and I guess now I never will. Did you ever wonder what it would be like if you weren’t you anymore? If you were suddenly gone how would your world react? Whatever you imagined was wrong. There’s nothing romantic about death. Grief is like the ocean: it’s deep and dark and bigger than all of us. And pain is like a thief in the night. Quiet. Persistent. Unfair. Diminished by time and faith and love. I didn’t know Quentin Fields but I’m jealous of him because I see how his absence has affected the people that did know him so I know that he did matter to them. And I know he was loved. People say Quentin Fields was a great basketball player. Graceful. Fluid. Inspiring. They say on a good night it almost seemed as though he could fly. And now he can.”
— Samantha Walker.