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Laurence Fishburne and Larenz Tate have joined forces for a new 10-part podcast called Bronzeville, which is set to begin streaming in January, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

Written by Josh Olsen, an original screenplay Oscar nominee for 2005’s “A History of Violence,” the series is set in the African-American Bronzeville neighborhood of Chicago and follows the lives of players who ruled the numbers games, the illegal lottery that swept through the black community in the 1940s before it was taken over by the mafia.

Tika Sumpter, Lance Reddick, Brittany Snow and Mitch Pileggi are also among the voice cast.

Fishburne’s Cinema Gypsy Productions and Tate’s TateMen Entertainment have partnered with digital audio ad sales company Audio HQ on the project, which is billed as an audio-drama.

Fishburne, Tate and Kc Wayland are directing Bronzeville, with Wayland also serving as producer.

Bronzeville will be available, free of charge, on iTunes, Spotify, TuneIn, Radio One/Interactive One and SoundCloud, with ads from Toyota, Audible, Hennessy, Tracfone, Amex and Quicken Mortgage.

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2 thoughts on “Laurence Fishburne & Larenz Tate Team Up For New Project

  1. specialt757 on said:

    Hahahaha LF looks like a dirty ole man with horns in this photo LOL!

    Clearly has nothing to do with the article and he is one of my favorite actors but that photo is hilarious.

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