Slavery: Hollywood’s New Hotness

June 17, 2011  |  

(AOL Black Voices) —  Slave stories might become the new black in Hollywood.  Today, the Shadow And Act film blog revealed that Paris-based Other Angle Pictures picked up a French slavery comedy for international distribution. ‘Case Départ’ is scheduled for a July 6 release in France and with the international distribution deal, there’s the possibility that a remake could happen in Hollywood. According to an article in the film industry trade magazine, ‘Variety,’ executives atOther Angle say ‘Case Départ’ has “remake potential”.  The comedy is about two half-brothers, Joel and Regis (played by actors pictured above, Thomas Ngijol and Fabrice Eboué, respectively), who travel to the Caribbean to collect an inheritance from their dying father. They are given a document that chronicles their slave ancestry and in an effort to find out its worth, they accidentally destroy the document.

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