Slice, a campy horror/comedy starring Chance The Rapper, has been released on video on demand. The movie can also be purchased at iTunes and Google Play.
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The movie was produced by A24, the company that backed Moonlight, and was written and directed by Austin Vesely, a frequent collaborator of Chance. Vesely has done a number of videos for Chance The Rapper, from “Sunday Candy” to “Brain Cells” to Kehlani’s “The Way.”
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The premise of the movie is this: it’s a small town and a number of pizza delivery boys are being murdered. Chance has a small role as a delivery boy named Dax.
Zazie Beetz, Y’lan Noel, and Hannibal Buress also star in the movie.
Slice made its world premiere on Monday, September 10th. There was a Q/A that featured Chance and Vesely that you can check out here:
Cop the movie on iTunes and Google Play here.
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