Method Man to Star in Jamie Foxx-Produced Horror Show
It's no secret that Jamie Foxx has been making moves behind the scenes in Hollywood, but he's also taking contemporaries from the music world along for the ride. Foxx has tapped Method Man to appear in 'Night Tales,' an upcoming horror TV show that he is producing, hosted by Stacey Dash and Denise Richards.
The series, based on BET's 2008 film 'Nite Tales: The Movie,' is produced under No Brainer Films, founded by Foxx and executive producer Deon Taylor. The show is likened to a cross between 'Tales From the Crypt' and 'The Twilight Zone,' boasting 26 half-hour episodes to be split between two seasons.
Meth joins Tom Arnold and Jason Mewes in different segments of the show, the pilot for which was co-written and co-produced by Foxx and Taylor. "Some of them will be very, very horrified, and others will be more supernatural," Taylor said. "But they're all PG; there won't be any superbloody things happening to people."
No Brainer is currently looking to sell the show to a cable network, allowing them to push the creative envelope and produce edgier material.