‘The Great Dictator’ to play in ‘The Dictatorship’ series with ‘The Ransom,’ ‘Bagpipe’ and ‘Crosstown Gang’
New York, NY — February 12, 2019 — In an exclusive preview of The Great Dichotomy, ESPN is excited to debut The Great Ransom, a brand new episodic series starring John Boyega and Oscar Isaac that takes viewers on a wild ride through the city of New York City as a young man trying to survive in the underworld of New Yorkers.
The series will explore the origins of the New York underworld and the roots of the drug trade.
As a New Yorker in his late 20s, Boyega has had his fair share of hardships and obstacles throughout his life.
In his new series, he’s looking to tackle those issues head-on.
The Great Rapper has already made headlines for being one of the hottest rappers in the world.
The rapper, who has been working with Warner Bros. Music Group, will debut a brand-new album, R.I.P. Music, on February 11.
It will be available for pre-order from February 17.
The album will also include a song called “A Thousand Reasons” by rapper J. Cole.
The song is about an encounter with a mobster in Harlem who had a crush on the rapper and threatened to kill him.
As the song’s lyrics suggest, the gangster’s name was John Boyeu.
As the series continues, it will be exciting to see what direction Boyega takes the story in.
The Ransom will be a big part of the series.
In the first episode, Boyeu will be the target of a hit man, but the gangsters are not as sophisticated as he thinks they are.
The gangsters have set up a plan to make him a hitman, and Boyeu must fight to survive.