Charm City Kings has won the Sundance award under the category best U.S. Dramatic Special Jury film. HBO Max acquired the rights of the much-acclaimed movie from the American entertainment company, Sony Pictures. Under the label, Warner Media’s latest digital streaming facility is going to be launched on May 27. And this film Charm City Kings will make its opening there on the digital platform.
The cast of the film comprises of Jahi Di’Allo Winston, Will Catlett, Kezii Curtis, Teyonah Parris, Lakeyria “Wheelie Queen” Doughty, Chino, Donielle Hansley and Meek Mill who is also -nominated in the Grammy’s as the best recording artist.
Story of Charm City Kings is Based on?
The story is inspired by a documentary released in 2013 by the name of 12 O’Clock Boys. The story is based on a young boy played by Di’Allo Winston called Mouse. He is desperate to join a not so popular dirt bikers group based in Baltimore desperately. The group owns summertime streets and thus the boy wants to be a part of it badly. Blax played by Mill is the leader of the bikers group and takes Mouse who is just 14 years under his shadow. The story then revolves around the boy who is seen caught up between the life full of violence and quick money.
The film has very interesting twists and turns with the exemplarily acting from all the actors under the perfect direction of Angel Manuel Soto. Sherman Payne is the writer behind this terrific movie. Also, the “story by” credits are shared by Kirk Sullivan, Chris Boyd, and Barry Jenkins who is an Oscar Winner. The film has been produced by Clarence Hammond, Marc Bienstock, and Caleeb Pinkett. Will Smith, James Lassiter, and Jada Pinkett Smith are the executive producers via their Overbrook Entertainment Company.
Why the Film didn’t release on 10th of April?
The film was all set to release on the 10th of April by the Sony Pictures Classics for Sony Pictures Entertainment but due to the COVID-19 crises, the plans had to be canceled. Thus, with the digital release of the film on the latest digital streaming service under Warner Media’s label fans will be able to watch the much-acclaimed film.