The 27th American Black Film Festival (ABFF) just made it impossible to miss their opening night by announcing the highly-anticipated summer release, “They Cloned Tyrone,” as the festival’s kick-off feature.
Directed by Juel Taylor, the film follows an unlikely trio – John Boyega, Teyonah Parris, and Jamie Foxx – as they delve into a government conspiracy in a pulpy mystery caper. This exciting movie promises a thrilling combination of humor, suspense, and action, and will be premiered at the ABFF in Miami Beach on June 14th.
ABFF president and COO Nicole Friday said, “Opening the festival with Juel Taylor’s directorial debut ‘They Cloned Tyrone’ represents what we have stood for within the Hollywood community for 27 years, and we are thrilled to join with our partner Netflix to bring this film to our festival audience.”
Co-written by Tony Rettenmaier and “Creed II” screenwriter Juel Taylor, “They Cloned Tyrone” is produced by Foxx, Charles D. King, Stephen “Dr.” Love, and Datari Turner. The film also features executive producers Mark R. Wright, Kim Roth, Jack Murray, Federal Films, Dana Sano, and Monte Lipman, with co-executive producers James Lopez and Poppy Hank.
This exciting film is set to premiere at ABFF in person through June 18th and then virtually from June 19th-25th via ABFF play. After that, audiences can catch it on Netflix starting on July 21st.
Don’t miss your chance to see “They Cloned Tyrone” and be a part of the excitement at the American Black Film Festival. For more festival information, visit www.abff.com.