From Executive Producers Jason Henderson and Bay Area legendary Platinum Producer Sam Bostic, comes the highly-anticipated new Action/Adventure, “Easy Money”. Starring Comedic actor Michael Blackson (“Meet the Blacks”), actor Omar Gooding (Baby Boy), Anthony “Scruncho” McKinley (“How High”), and NAACP Image Award-winner actor Clifton Powell (“Ray”) in the Charles “Sharp” Duran-directed feature. Brothers K.C. and Jojo think they’ve found easy money upon discovery of credit cards, quickly find out how deadly the life of luxury can really be when knee deep in trouble from both sides of the law. Shot on location in Las Vegas and Sacramento, the film also features several well-established recording artists and sports figures who appear throughout the film.
Here’s the film’s official synopsis for “Ea$y Money”:
After the recent death of their father, brothers “Jamal Smith” (California Brougham) “K.C & JoJo Smith” (Sportcoat O.A.K & Royal Highness) begin working the late night for Sullivan Brothers Janitorial Service. Their new cleaning assignment lands them at a credit recovery office where one of the brothers decides to swipe more than just his time card!
While working, K.C over hears a conversation from an office employee in the building after hours that once an individual dies it takes at least 45 days before their bank and credit card information is fully deleted from all systems. K.C then sets a plan in motion to use the cards to purchase items and return them back to stores for full cash value. As the move looks to be easy and money is coming in hand over fist, K.C and JoJo decide to let their cousins “Darnell” (Omar Gooding) & Shawn (Scruncho) in on the hustle. Unfortunately, the money hungry cousins as well as K.C. start getting reckless and begin to bring a lot of unwanted attention to their little scheme.
Completely unknown to K.C, JoJo and their cousins, one of the cards taken from an office drawer was a black card with millions of dollars on it. This particular black card also happens to belong to a rich gangsta named “Donald West”
(Yonel Dorelis). When West finds out his card is missing, he dispatches his crew to infiltrate the Union Credit Recovery Bank Headquarters and get to the bottom of where his card is. Finally through a series of minor purchases, wild strip club nights, and flossin’, Mr. West’s associates finds out K.C and his cousins has the card and move to reclaim his property by any means necessary
The film also introduces up-and-coming East Oakland group, Black Collar Hustlaz (B.C.H). The group co-stars in the film and also features a single on the film’s official soundtrack, titled, “Million Bucks”. Black Collar Hustlaz is best recognized for their 2014 hit, “Bandz”.
“Easy Money” is available now on Xfinite, Direct TV “On Demand”, Comcast, Amazon, and all physical retailers including Target, Wal-Mart, and Barnes and Noble.
See the official trailer to “Easy Money” below via ITN/Sony Pictures Home Entertainment/eOne. Follow “Easy Money” on Instagram.