MC 50 Cent is hopping into the action film universe in the wake of optioning a comic book called 'Xerø' from Christopher Priest.
Move over D.C. also Marvel: artist 50 Cent is hopping into the action film world subsequent to optioning a comic book called "Xerø" from Christopher Priest.
The Queens artist's organization, G-Unit Film & Television, will foster the venture alongside Color Farm Media into a full-out film.
As indicated by Deadline, "Xerø" is about a Black government professional killer named Trane Walker who has the evil superpower to transform himself into a white man, mix in with the worldwide tip top and create a commotion.
The imaginary Trane Walker lives in East St. Louis, where nobody realizes that he utilizes his one-of-a-kind capacity to head out to Casino Royale in Europe and kill people while on task.
"There's nobody better than Christopher Priest to bring G-Unit Film and Television into the universe of comic book superheroes," the "How to Rob" MC-turned-film executive expressed. "Watch as we build ‘Xerø’ into a franchise alongside Christopher and Color Farm Media. I can’t wait for the world to meet Trane Walker in an all-new way."
Priest, the maker of "Xerø" said that Xerø' portrays a sluggish car crash at the crossing point of race and class. He also said that the shared trait of battle addressed by the valuable encounters of Curtis '50 Cent' Jackson, G-Unit Film and Television, and Color Farm guarantee a wide profundity of direct appreciation for that sensitive equilibrium. He also said that it's energizing to be cooperating to make this new world.
Comic book vet and "The Cosby Show" alum Erika Alexander joins Ben Arnon for Color Farm and Joseph Illidge, who fills in as CEO of the recently sent off production and publishing organization, Illuminous, as accomplices for this film.
No word in who the group is thinking about for the lead job.