Marsai Martin producing new comedy in collaboration with Universal Studios. It’s called “Queen” and follows the success of “Little,” her first film as a producer.
Marsai Martin Ready For Her Sophomore Project
Black-ish star Marsai Martin is ready for her sophomore project. After producing her first film, Little, Marsai will try her hand at a new comedy called Queen.
While playing in the role of Diane Johnson on the popular sitcom, Black-ish, Martin branched out with her Genius Productions company.
Her first producing project, Little, made the 15-year-old actress the youngest to ever produce a movie. At the time, she was just 13. With the success of that project, Martin’s debut film which she also starred in earned over $40 million at the box office.
As reported by the Source, not a lot is known about the comedy just yet, except that Camila Blackett is tapped to be a writer. Additionally, Blackett will serve as Executive Producer. With accolades for the new comedy, as well as the young producer and actress, Blackett took to Twitter and wrote –
“Thrilled to be writing and producing this baby. This idea literally came to me in a dream and there’s simply no better actor to bring it to life. @marsaimartin You too, are a dream,”
We agree. Keep on doing what you’re doing and we will keep on holding you up. Congrats, Marsai!
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