ATLANTA - GeorgiaChron -- What happens when the urban classic "Set It Off" crashes with the slick heist comedy of "Ocean's 11"? You get Scheme Queens; a soon to be cult classic written and directed by Cas Sigers Beedles (Nina Holiday Productions, NAACP Image Award Recipient ). Scheme Queens debuts this thriller, comical heist at Regal Atlantic Station, 261 19th St NW Suite 1250, Atlanta, GA 30363 on Oct. 11, 2022 with an Exclusive Red Carpet Premiere. The film stars Lauryn (B.Simone - Comedian, MTV's Wild 'N Out, Finding Happy on Bounce TV ), Sam (Brii Renee - Actress, Black Girls Stuff on Revolt TV), Zoe (Jacky Oh - MTV's Wild 'N Out) and Audra (Ernestine Johnson Morrison - Queen Sugar, Greenlit ATL), four girlfriends, who find themselves down on their luck and decide to rob Trip (Jason Louder - Black Lightning on The CW), a ruthless Rastafarian jewel thief, by conning his second in command, Mark (Andreas Thomas). The evening will begin with a red carpet hosted by Christina "Ms. Basketball" Granville (TV Entertainment Correspondent), capturing the Who's Who of Atlanta and other star-studded celebrities, influencers and more. The film will premiere promptly at 8:15pm and immediately following the film, we will have a special Q&A with the cast hosted by David Shands (Social Proof Podcast) & the lovely Terri Vaughn (NAACP Award Winning Actress).

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Comedian, beauty boss and emerging breakout actress B. Simone is proud of the film.

"You create your own destiny . Don't wait for someone else to make your dreams reality . You believe it and you do it just like We believed and we did. I'm proud of us " - B. Simone (Comedian, Wild N Out, Finding Happy on Bounce TV)

Ernestine Johnson Morrison sheds light on why all the ladies gelled so well in the film.

"One of my motto's is "Create Don't Wait", we're all friends in real life and realized we have all the resources, ingenuity and creativity to give ourselves the green light and do our own movie together, we hope viewers have as much fun watching the movie as we did making it."  - Ernestine Johnson Morrison (Queen Sugar, Greenlit ATL)

Daniel Dickey

Source: The Resource Guild
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