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Mar242017

Fred Hammond is depressed & mad at God in new dramatic film trailer for ‘The Choir’

GETTYArticle By Johnathan Anderson // EEW Magazine Entertainment

Share Is Fred Hammond depressed, lost and mad at God? Maybe not in real life, but the independent filmmaker’s character sure seems to be in the dramatic trailer for his new indie drama, The Choir.

The GRAMMY®, Dove, and Stellar Award-winning gospel artist known for soul-stirring hits gave Twitter followers the exclusive sneak peek of his official foray into the indie movie industry on the evening of Thursday, March 23.

“I’ve just got to step out there on the water and cut it,” said the 56-year-old in a video, alluding to his decision to launch out in faith and debut The Choir.

The dark and racy trailer clips featuring exotic dancers, blood, violence, depression and pain is a big shift for the movie director who has spent the past 38 years writing uplifting, Bible-based songs that touch the heart, and move the soul.

But he’s ready for change.

“Hopefully, somebody will holler at your man,” said the music veteran, also one of the lead actors in The Choir, who hopes to gain the attention of distributors.

Though Hammond’s leap into filmmaking may take some getting used to by fans, the “No Weapon” songwriter has been dibbling and dabbling in acting for a while now.

In 2015, Hammond landed a starring role in Telly Award winner JD Lawrence’s “Cain and Able.” But looks like he’s stepping off the stage and onto your screen.

Check out the trailer for The Choir below, released just ahead of Hammond’s induction into the Gospel Music Hall of Fame during the 2017 Stellar Awards weekend in Las Vegas, Nevada.

 

 

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