Dulé Hill to star in NostalgiaPosted by: admin
Who is your favorite character of the epic detective-comedy show Psych? Well more of you will answer it to be the Shawn Spencer portrayed by James Roday. But for me who leaves the maximum impact on my mind is Burton Gus Guster, the character stunningly played by Dulé Hill. I love the way he portrays to be the Magic Head or the Ghee Buttersnaps, it is extraordinary.
And now the man is expanding his horizons and putting his gifted acting skills to a wider use for the purpose of bringing to light a beautiful tale of a living legend.
Dulé Hill who is best known as his role of Gus in Psych and has been several times nominated for the same, is playing Gabe in the short film called Nostalgia lined up for this summer.
It is the Johnnie Hobbs, III’s productions that is set to be released in the summer of 2012. It is the directorial debut of Johnnie Hobbs who belongs to Philadelphia.
The film is a dance feature and is aimed to be showcased in the film festivals which invite such dance features as well as short films. The film that is short in the parts of New York and Philadelphia will be showcased in Philadelphia Dance College.
Hill plays one of the main characters who is the son of the legend, Robinson played by Johnnie Hobbs Jr. who is putting up a fight to retain his talent of music and his muse, of which his son is feverishly against. The film is a beautiful blend of the glories attained and regrets made throughout the life of the legend and his experiences on the stage and off the stage.