STL rappers Chocolate Tai and Penelope Jones also attended the party. The two ladies did guest feature parts on Ebony Eyez' newest CD.
We checked out the premiere of STREETBALLERS at Ronnie's 20. Pictured is the movie poster.
The Red Carpet.
Sydney Galvin takes a pic with STL rapper Chingy.
The crowd coming inside the lobby for the event.
The film's stars, crew, family, friends and supporters were there.
Some of the cast and crew take a pic for the OUTCAM from left: including actress Peggy Neely, a representative for producer Vernon Whitlock, actor/producer Patrick Rooney, actor/producer/director Matt Krentz ,actress Adriene Perez, a film crew assistant and actor/producer Craig Thomas.
Krentz takes a flick with Evening Whirl Entertainment Editor Jason Bailey.
The music team Shock ballz from Memphis attended to the premiere. They assisted on the music on the soundtrack.
Therre's rapper Chingy giving local TV personality and advance film screener James Thomas a piece of his mind.
The Shock Ballz getting their ticket for the show.
Moviegoers gettin their popcorn, juju bees and soda.
STL rapper Hakeem tha Dream attended.
The lovely STL singer Sineta also attended.
St. Lunatic member Kyjuan and his wife, Asia made an appearance.
Thomas interviews some film supporters while an overexcited singer Aloha Mi' sho is in the background.
Aloha poses with one of the film's stars Jordan Ward.
Krentz and his family takes a flick.
Actor Justin Tatum and his wife
STL native b-ball player Larry Hughes and his wife, Carrie.
Thomas interviews St. Louis Post Dispatch Pop Critic Kevin Johnson.
People in the lobby.
People gettin their tickets.
Loose cannon's SLIM and his homeboy in the cut. SLIM played one of the hood ballaz in the film.
Mocha Latte and her daughter, Sydney poses with Thomas. Latte was instrumental for the local PR machine for STREETBALLERS.
People going in the theatres to see the film, It was shown on two screens simultaneously.
Krentz with his wife and Mocha and Sydney.
People filling in the seats in Theatre 9.
Theatre 9. Recognize anyone?
People filling in Theatre 10.
Krentz addresses the crowd before the showing of the movie as Thomas, Rooney and Whitlock's rep looks on.
A group shot of some of the film's cast, crew and supporters.
Aloha gets interviewed about the film by a Video Vault TV host.
DIVA DOS: Sineta and Aloha pose with the STREETBALLERS poster in the lobby.
Directed by and starring St. Louis native Matthew Scott Krentz, STREETBALLERS--which has received several independent film prizes on the festival circuit--tells the story of two best friends John and Jacob (Krentz and NEBL's Jimmy McKinney) of different ethnic (John's Irish and Jacob's black) and neighborhood backgrounds who are b-ball players at a junior college and their involvment in the underground of street ball and its hood characters.
For more info go to http://www.streetballersthemovie.com/