[Updated] Check Out the Trailer for NakedSword’s Big Fall Release, ‘Fame Game,’ Out November 4

Director mr. Pam says the new fall release from NakedSword Originals, Fame Game, is her favorite movie that she’s made so far.

The movie follows a fictionalized Mickey Taylor — who’s actually a singer in real life in addition to being a NakedSword exclusive — as he tries to break into the music business.

Per mr. Pam’s description:

Running from his past and living on the streets of San Francisco, Mickey Taylor has the looks and the voice to be an international recording star, he just needs someone to believe in him. When a talent producer (Falcon Studios exclusive Boomer Banks) hears him singing in an alley it looks like Mickey’s going to get his big break but will he be able to overcome the obstacles in his way? Battling a vindictive ex-boyfriend (NakedSword exclusive Bray Love), a salacious club owner (Adam Ramzi), and his own insecurities, Mickey has to decide if he has what it takes to play the Fame Game.

Also featured in the movie are Killian James, Kyle Kash, Leon Fox, and Topher DiMaggio, and below is the teaser clip, along with a couple promo shots. Update: Also, now we have the full feature trailer, all the way down below.

In addition to the movie premiere on November 4, there’ll be a new song premiering from Mickey on Monday, November 2, called “Pain.”






Here’s the full trailer:

Update: Here’s the premiere of Episode 1, starring Adam Ramzi and Leon Fox.

[NakedSword Originals: Fame Game]

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