Freddie Gibbs Stars In Trailer For Feature Film Debut 'Down With The King'

HipHop News Posted on May 23, 2022 at 4:47pm

Freddie Gibbs Stars In Trailer For Feature Film Debut 'Down With The King'

The movie arrives on-demand and digitally for streaming on June 28.

Freddie Gibbs is gearing up to make his silver screen debut. Down With The King‘s release date is fast approaching with a digital and on-demand arrival slated for June 28 and Gibbs shared the latest trailer for his Hollywood film debut on Monday (May 23).

Directed by Diego Ongaro, DWTK finds Gibbs starring as a rapper in the role of Money Merc, who heads to a rural community in Berkshires, Massachusetts to record his next album. While searching for new inspiration, Merc’s turns his attention to farming thanks to a friendship with his neighbor.

Loving his new lifestyle, Merc then abruptly announces his retirement from the rap game before his manager tries to get him to have a change of heart.

The Grammy-nominated rapper stars alongside Jamie Neumann, David Krumholtz, Sharon Washington and Bob Tarasuk in the film.

Down With The King 👑🎬

My feature film debut.

Directed by Diego Ongaro.

Streaming & On Demand June 28, 2022.

Trailer: https://t.co/tCkxNBFpRuhttps://t.co/zi8T3xm7PG pic.twitter.com/SdOUzZgvvn

— Big 🐰 (@FreddieGibbs) May 23, 2022

The film is set to release on June 28 and debuted at a number of festivals, including the 2021 Cannes Film Festival in France.

“Freddie Gibbs and I worked intimately together to craft Mercury’s character and backstory; some of it pulled from Freddie’s experiences and values, much of it invented,” Ongaro told Complex. “It was an absolute thrill working with someone as sharp and multi-talented as Freddie in this collaborative way.”

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