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Kevin Watson created the identity and composed some of the music for the Bronze barons movie hes directing. The gruvement Orchestra that will appear in the Bronze Baron movie he is directing! Meet Hollywood's Next Blockbuster Director!
Sometimes the story finds you.
This was the case with "Bronze Barons," the latest in a slew of Hollywood blockbusters that takes the premise of a comic from a bygone era and places it in a setting that is reminiscent of the past while embracing the future.
The movie titled Bronze baron I am directing has several bands and orchestras . I orchestrated the green district band in the movie. here is an excerpt that from movie news.
"Bronze Barons" is based on a fantasy comic strip that was popular among a some Chicago youth in the early-to-mid 20th century. This strip is unique in that it offers a perspective on fun loving creative kids and technically advanced teens of Black America that was rarely embraced in war-era U.S.
Bronzeville was referred to as the "Black Metropolis" thanks to the Great Migration of African Americans from the south to the north. Many settled in this Chicago neighborhood where they created a new home, away from the oppression of the deep south. Residents of Bronzeville and the surrounding areas found great prosperity. Education was and still is embraced in Bronzeville. The area was home to the country's first African American female pilot, the first African American awarded the Pulitzer, co-founder of the NAACP and many artists and musicians.
Too often, Hollywood has depicted early 19th century Chicago as a haven for gangsters while ignoring the social and cultural influence that has inspired generations of young American born people to reach for their dreams, fight for equality and achieve inclusion in all aspects of life.
Kevin Watson understood the importance of Bronzeville as a significant part of African American history. A native Chicagoan born and raised in the south side neighborhood of Hyde Park, Watson knew the value of precise research when planning and writing this underground superhero world, he rented a pre-production studio in Bronzeville . He worked on his original screenplay for three years in order to champion the best of the community while also forging a vision of a superhero tale that could be embraced by movie-goers of all races and ethnic backgrounds. Not only has Watson written the original screenplay, he has also composed the score and is tapped to direct this multi-million dollar film. As a self-confessed "superhero geek," Watson's vision is on track to be the next Hollywood blockbuster.
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