Lincoln is the latest offering from Steven Spielberg, rated by Empire Magazine as the greatest director of all time. His film repertoire precedes him with Jaws (1975), Saving Private Ryan (1998) and War Horse (2011) to name a few. The film was recently nominated for 10 BAFTA’s and 12 Academy Award’s including Best Film and Best Director and a pair of nominations in Best Actor for the brilliant Daniel Day-Lewis. Whilst not one of Spielberg’s greatest films, it comes close and can definitely be considered a masterpiece in its own right.
Lincoln follows the revolutionary 16th President of the United States in the final four months of his life and the battle to abolish slavery from America. The film is led by Daniel Day-Lewis as Abraham Lincoln, who is supported by a superb cast including Tommy Lee-Jones and Joseph Gordon-Levitt.
August 8th 2012 marks the release of the British movie “Offender” and Ryan Maxwell of Hip-Hop Kings spoke with English Frank who plays the character Jake in the movie. English Frank speaks about the similarities between him and his character, and what it was like working alongside upcoming actor Joe Cole, GFrsh and Scorcher who also have roles in the movie. You can watch the English Frank interview with Hip-Hop Kings on the youtube player below.
A brand new British film titled “Offender” will be in cinemas on August 8th 2012, and features appearances from the likes of English Frank and Mic Righteous amongst others. I recently visited Revolver Studios to speak to English Frank about the upcoming movie, and his role as character Jake. Mic Righteous, G Fresh and Scorcher also play parts alongside the main lead Joe Cole. Look out for the Hip-Hop Kings interview with English Frank coming soon by subscribing to the Hip-Hop Kings Youtube Channel, however you can watch the Offender movie trailer on the link above.
Not one to conform to the masses, SoulStice announced that he has a track which has been confirmed to be included in the upcoming film “The Blind Side” which features actress Sandra Bullock. SoulStice was approached to create a track for the movie, and the scene is the hood from where the main character is from. SoulStice admitts it’s slightly “thuggish” but to have the track featured in the movie is a massive boost for SoulStice’s career. The movie hits the screen on November 20th, however you can look at the information on the link below.