We are happy to announce E.J will be attending HORRORCON in Los Angeles September 30th - October 1st.
All of us at MKSD are excited to announce the launch of Robert Iler’s new podcast, Not Today, Pal. Produced by Tom Segura’s production company, YMH Studios (Your Mom’s House, Dr. Drew After Dark, 2 Bears, 1 Cave), the podcast brings together former TV siblings from The Sopranos, Robert Iler and Jamie-Lynn Sigler, to give a deeper look into their sweet and sour friendship. New Episodes will drop every Thursday!
I couldn’t be more excited for him as he makes his debut in this feature film. No Hard Feelings is in theaters now!
Christina Jackson will star as love interest Daisy Brown, in Devotion directed by J.D. Dillard . The anticipated Devotion will tell the story of two elite US Navy fighter pilots during the Korean War. Devotion is adapted from the 2015 bestseller Devotion: An Epic Story of Heroism, Friendship, and Sacrifice by Adam Makos, and is based on an exciting true story. This film will soar into theaters this fall!!
MKSD client, Keidrich Sellati stars as Julio in the action-thiller written by Paul Schrader. The story follows a former cartel enforcer who faces a difficult reality after being released from prison: his wife being murdered and his son kidnapped. You don’t want to miss this one, in theaters and on demand May 27th!
Congratulations to Nicholas L. Ashe and the whole Cast & Crew of Queen Sugar! Season 7 of the hit OWN modern drama TV series, is set to begin production in early 2022. Although we are sad, along with the fans that the end is near, we are also SO excited that one more season is to come after all the success and happiness the show has generated. Further details in the article below. Season 7 let’s go!
Congratulations to our client, Charles Brice who is playing Coley Wallace in The Survivor. The film will air on HBO and HBO Max and we are so excited to finally have our eyes on this amazing film. Shot in 2007 and preserved within USC Shoah Foundation’s Visual History Archive, the film is about Holocaust survivor and U.S. boxer Harry Haft. We are so excited to see this one and Charles Brice on the big screen!
for Best Actress in a Supporting Role on a Drama Series!
The Alliance for Women in Media recognized our client, Shannon Thornton, by awarding her Best Actress in a Supporting Role on a Drama TV Series. Shannon plays the role of Keyshawn in P-Valley on Starz. Season 2 is set to air in 2022. Stay tuned for another great season! We could not be happier for Shannon, Congratulations!
Ian Quinlan, star of Jupiter’s Legacy appears on MAN OF METROPOLIS with Seth Travis. They chat about Ian’s journey in the industry and his roots in the theatre, how he began taking on edgier roles like playing Hutch in Jupiter’s Legacy, and his fun hobbies! Be sure to check it out the full story on YouTube or Spotify!
Tristan “Mack” Wilds will premiere in THOUGHTS OF A COLORED MAN, the first new play back on stage since Broadway went dark. Tristan plays one of the leads; the play follows a day in the life of seven black men in Brooklyn through slam party, spoken word, and music. Be sure to snag a ticket, on sale June 18th!
Ian Quinlan’s latest series, JUPITER’S LEGACY, premiered May 7th on Netflix! His character Hutch possesses the Power Rod which allows him to teleport himself and others anywhere by simply naming the location. Make sure to binge this series and watch all the behind-the-scenes interviews with Ian too!
Christina Jackson has been tapped as the female lead in the new FX Pilot, “The Spook Who Sat By The Door”, based off the Sam Greenlee novel. We could not be more thrilled for her successes this year, having just wrapped filming on “Swagger” (Apple) and the film “Devotion” (Sony). Keep your eye on this one!
Set over the course of a single week in June, 1994, in East Rockaway (in Nassau County), it’s the story of two brothers, John (Maxwell Apple), who’s in primary school, and Anthony (Keidrich Sellati), who’s on the verge of adolescence. (It’s narrated from the present-day perspective by the grown-up John, played by Frankie J. Alvarez.) The boys live in a state of terror; they are brutalized by their father (Wass Stevens), who beats them and their mother, Linda (Marjan Neshat).