Taja V. Simpson, Elise Neal, Tamala Jones, and More to Star in Female-Boxing Sequel Lola 2 [TRAILER]

Taja V. Simpson, Elise Neal, Tamala Jones, and More to Star in Female-Boxing Sequel Lola 2 [TRAILER]

Three years following the release of the female-boxing movie “Lola,” comes its sequel, Lola 2, which is set to premiere on ALLBLK on April 1st.

The film stars Taja V. Simpson, Elise Neal, Tamala Jones, Torrei Hart, Karen Civil, Jackie Long, and boxers Claressa Shields and Roy Jones

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Written and directed by Antoine Allen, “Lola 2” tells the story of Lola, a champion amateur boxer who struggles to balance her career and family when she falls in love and has a baby.

The film is centered around a powerful female protagonist and celebrates the strength and resilience of women throughout history.

Yahya McClain, Windi Washington, Nzingha Ashford, DreamDoll, Nakia Dillard, Jacinth Headlam, Nikki Natural, Khalimah Gaston, Akintola Jiboyewa, Amberley Shaw, and Varonda Gale also star.

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Producer Monica Floyd of True Vision Media Group, is known for her dedication to helping independent filmmakers take their projects to the next level. She was immediately drawn to the film’s advocacy for women’s empowerment. She worked closely with the cast to bring the characters to life, and the result is a movie that is expertly crafted and flawlessly executed.

“‘Lola 2’ is a film for women inspired by women behind the scenes,” Floyd says. “It’s driven by a powerful female lead and filled with unforgettable performances by a predominantly all-female cast. It’s a story that will stay with you long after the credits roll, and I highly recommend it to anyone looking for a good movie to watch this month.”

With its message of perseverance and empowerment, “Lola 2” is a must-see film for everyone. Viewers can access the film on ALLBLK with a free trial for first-time users or for $5.99 per month for subscribers.

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