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On the Come Up Release Date: Cast, What is the Trailer of ‘on the Come Up’?

On the Come Up, the first feature film directed by Sana Lathan, an actress who has won an Emmy for her work, had its global premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival, where it received glowing reviews from film critics.

Now, as a way to show their appreciation for the film’s strong performance, Paramount Pictures has given it a limited theatrical release in select theaters, making it accessible to those that may not have access to the studio’s streaming service.

On the Come Up was at one point going to be made available solely through streaming services; however, starting on September 23, the film will now have a limited distribution in select theaters. In addition, beginning on the same date, Paramount+ subscribers will have the ability to view the film concurrently.

The Cast of On the Come Up

On the Come Up features a number of well-known actors and actresses, including

On the Come Up Release Date

  • Mike Epps,
  • Miles Gutierrez-Riley,
  • Justin Martin,
  • Titus Makin,
  • Michael Cooper Jr.,
  • GaTa, and Lathan.

The film also stars newcomer Gray in the lead role. The script for the movie, which was directed by Lathan and written by Kay Oyegun, was written.

Under the banner of State Street Pictures and Temple Hill Production, the project was carried out. The following people are involved in the production of the movie: Thomas, George Tillman Jr., Robert Teitel, Wyck Godfrey, Marty Bowen, Isaac Klausner, and Timothy M. Bourne. John Fischer is serving as the film’s executive producer.

What is the Trailer of On the Come Up?

Release Date of On the Come Up

On September 22, sneak peeks for the film will begin, and on September 23, it will be released to cinema theaters in all 50 major markets across the country. Initially, viewers in the United States of America, Canada, and Italy will be able to watch the movie via streaming, and there are plans to make it available to an even larger market internationally.

On the Come Up is a film that explores the hip-hop scene and culture through the life of a teenage up-and-coming rapper named Bri (Jamila C. Gray). Bri is the daughter of a late hip-hop star and is determined to show that the apple does not fall far from the tree.

The film has been dubbed as a “love letter to hip hop.” Bri’s journey to hip-hop stardom will not be without its fair number of curveballs, such as when her first hit song becomes viral for reasons other than just her raw ability. Complicated by the familial duties she has to face, her journey will not be without its fair share of curveballs.

On the Come Up Release Date

On the Come Up is Angie Thomas’s second book to be adapted for the big screen, following The Hate U Give (2018), which was also a New York Times best-seller and a successful adaptation. On the Come Up was adapted from the novel of the same name, which was published by Angie Thomas and was a New York Times best-seller.

It would appear that Thomas has once again accomplished what seemed to be an impossible task, judging by the acclaim the film received at TIFF.

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Production of On the Come Up

The rights to adapt On the Come Up, the 2019 novel written by Angie Thomas, were purchased by Fox 2000 Pictures on February 4, 2019, and George Tillman Jr. is slated to direct the film adaptation. In addition to Thomas and Tillman, other producers of the movie include Robert Teitel and Jay Marcus from State Street Pictures, Marty Bowen, Isaac Klausner, and John Fischer from Temple Hill Entertainment, and Tillman and Thomas themselves.

After Disney’s acquisition of 21st Century Fox and the closing of Fox 2000, on December 11, 2019, Paramount Players acquired the film adaptation. Kay Oyegun was hired to write the script, while Tillman Jr. remained attached to directing the movie.

Wanuri Kahiu took up directing duties for the movie on October 19, 2020, succeeding Tillman Jr. in that capacity. It was revealed on June 10, 2021, that Sanaa Lathan would replace Kahiu as the film’s director and that she would make her directorial debut with the project. It was announced on November 8, 2021, that Method Man, Mike Epps, and Da’Vine Joy Randolph will be starring in the movie.