AMBER ROSE, EVA MARCILLE, DREW SIDORA, MARCUS PAULK, ERICA MENA, ROSA ACOSTA & MORE CELEBRATE “SISTER CODE” FILM PREMIERE IN L.A.
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The highly anticipated new film Sister Code opens nationwide in AMC theaters today and the movie’s beautiful cast celebrated the iconic day with a “purple” carpet premiere in Universal City. Sister Code’s leading ladies Amber Rose, Eva Marcille and Drew Sidora joined co-stars Marcus Paulk, Amin Joseph, Executive Producers Don Hale, Jr. and Walter Mosley, along with Director Corey Grant, for a star-studded event at the AMC Universal City Theater.
Celebrity guests in attendance included Rosa Acosta, Tony Rock, Erica Mena, Masika Kalysha (Love & Hip Hop: Hollywood), The Sachika Twins, Rich Dollaz (Love & Hip Hop), Moniece Slaughter (Love & Hip Hop: LA), Mally Mall,Duane Martin, and Sister Code cast members Anne Marie Johnson, Asia Monet Ray, Sade Kimora Young, Laya DeLeon Hayes and more.
Catch Sister Code in AMC theaters nationwide this weekend. Sister Code was written by Walter Mosley, with screenplay writers Randall Hooper, Darien Curry and Don Hale Jr. and distributed by GVN Releasing.
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About Sister Code
Sister Code is the funny and touching story of three foster sisters with drastically different personalities, living together in Los Angeles. Amber Rose plays Lexi, the free-spirited artist; Eva Marcille is Sheila, the corporate killer with a soft side, and Drew Sidora works her magic as Lavae, the glue that keeps the family together. With the revered matriarch of the family gone, the James girls must learn to navigate the choppy waters of love, life and sisterhood without her. And when a tragic sisterly secret is revealed, they must learn to dig deep, put their differences aside, and tap into that never-ending bond instilled in them by their beloved foster mother. Through it all, the three sisters will grow closer, love harder, and ultimately prove that mama James was right all along – blood may be thicker than water, but love is thicker than everything.
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