It’s an action-horror-thriller flick about two NYC detectives who are forced to take the case of a mysterious serial killer.
“You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Kills You” stars “NYPD Blue’s” James McDaniel (pictured above) and Michael K. Williams, known for his role on “The Wire.”
Other stars include Michael Mosley, Nashawn Kearse, and special appearances by Big Daddy Kane, Doug E. Fresh and Ed Lover.
Locomotive Distribution brokered the domestic acquisition of the film and the company is slated to handle international sales and distribution rights.
Locomotive recently launched a new genre called “Firebox,” which will feature innovative films in the horror and thriller categories. “You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Kills You” will be the first feature film released under the new shingle.
Gabriel Gornell, Chief Creative Officer for Locomotive Distribution added:
“We are thrilled to launch this new label with “You’re Nobody ‘Til Somebody Kills You,” an innovative genre that blends hip-hop and horror. The gritty story will keep horror fans entertained and hip-hop fans craving new tracks.”
Locomotive is also looking to collaborate on another one of Pinckney’s projects “The Badboy of R&B,” the story of embattled R&B sensation Bobby Brown, a story that Pinckney also penned.