The Rise of Aida King

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Christopher Broughton, is working with 20th Century Fox & Franklin Entertainment as a producer on the upcoming feature “The Boy Who Knew Too Much.” Previously he served as Development & Operations Associate of Academy Award winner Jamie Foxx’s Foxhole Entertainment where his main focus was to evaluate, strategize and assist with the development of projects and business operations for the day-to-day management of various film, television, music and new-media projects being developed under the Jamie Foxx/ Foxhole Entertainment banner. He is also a senior adviser of international productions at the independent Ace Studios, located in mainland China. He has also recently received a special “Recognition Award” at the International Emmy’s in China for decades of work in film and television bringing the East and West together in producing content for a global audience.

Aida King At A Photo Shoot For PINAY Magazine (CNW Group/Christopher Broughton)

Recently he was talking about his latest project, “LIVE” and the film’s rising star — Aida King. The Hollywood suspense thriller will be filmed in the PhilippinesThailand and the US. Aida King will join what will be an A -List cast for the production of the film. Broughton, in casting Aida King, said, “There is a need for more diversity in the talent that is being groomed for film and television. Aida King’s screen test was nothing short of a success and as an emerging acting talent and we look forward to developing her on screen, as she can transform into so many different looks and ethnicities.” The statement from Broughton goes on to describe the actress as “tall sultry and strikingly beautiful, multi lingual, Toronto Canada Native of Philippine ancestry, for her part, has come from relative obscurity to be cast in what will most likely be her breakout role in Hollywood and relishes the opportunity to learn from some of the best in the industry.” Her previous experience was in short movies, but since her screen test, she is now up for supporting roles in several feature films that are currently in development or pre production in Hollywood.

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