Exclusive Rollers Trailer For Isaiah Smallman’s Dramedy Feature

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Exclusive Rollers Trailer For Isaiah Smallman's Dramedy Feature

ComingSoon.net is debuting the exclusive trailer for writer and director Isaiah Smallman’s upcoming comedy-drama Rollers. The feature will be available to rent and own on North American Digital HD internet, cable, and satellite platforms through Level 33 Entertainment on June 25, 2021.

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Rufus Paisley (Johnny Ray Gill) is a closet alcoholic and everything he loves is smashed together into one place: Rollers. He gave up a promising career as a musician in order to keep it alive, but the historic venue, once owned by his parents, is in trouble and he’s running out of ways to save it, and himself. His friends urge him to move on, but can he?

Check out the exclusive trailer below:

Rollers is a special movie that was unwittingly made for a special time. It’s about a group of friends learning how to say goodbye to a historical musical venue that for years has served as a pillar of their community. This is something that because of COVID, people all over the world are experiencing every day. I hope that this funny, dramatic, and heartfelt story will connect with, encourage and delight people who are trying to navigate just this sort of grief. We couldn’t be happier to be partnering with Level 33 to bring this exciting film to audiences everywhere. They not only saw tons of potential in the film, but have many years of experience creating and managing digital-focused release strategies,” said Smallman.

The movie stars Johnny Ray Gill, Kevin Bigley, Vicky Jeudy, Kate Cobb, Joel Allen, and Spencer Rayshon Stevenson.

“We’re very happy to be able to share this timely and entertaining film featuring emerging onscreen and behind-the-scenes talent with diverse audiences everywhere,” said Level 33 Entertainment President and CEO Andreas Olavarria.

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Rollers was produced by Smallman and Tara Ansley, executive produced by Tiffany Boyle, Bryce McGuire, Elsa Ramo, and Eric Costello, associate produced by Elizabeth Alcorn and co-produced by Rylan Soref.