Interview: ‘Simeon Rice’ Talks His New Movie Unsullied, His NFL Career And Winning The Super Bowl


Simeon Rice is a former NFL player who’s won a Super Bowl. After his career ended he went to film school and now he has his first movie that he wrote, produced and directed coming out on August 28. We talked about the career and his new movie. You can listen below.

When car trouble strands track star Reagan Farrow (Murray Gray) in the Florida boondocks, she accepts an offer of help from a pair of charming strangers (Rusty Joiner and James Gaudioso) only to find herself trapped in a brutal backwoods nightmare. After Reagan awakens in an isolated dark room, she manages to escape and take refuge in the forest. Relentlessly pursued by the savage sociopaths who kidnapped her, Reagan will need all of her inner strength and resourcefulness in order to survive in Unsullied, a gripping thriller that marks the feature-film directing debut of NFL superstar Simeon Rice.

Written by Simeon Rice and John Nodilo (3 Days in December), the film stars Murray Gray, Rusty Joiner (Resident Evil: Extinction), James Gaudioso (Duke), Erin Boyes (Pay the Ghost), Cindy Karr (“Bloodline”) and Nicole Paris Williams (Born Player). Producers are Michelle Gracie (Heartlines), Ghana Cooper, John Hermann (Ghost Squad), John Nodilo and Simeon Rice. Director of photography is Scott Winig (Laid to Rest). Editor is Andrew Cohen A.C.E. (Jack and the Beanstalk). Production designer is Jil Meyers (Magic Mike). Composer is Jason Solowsky (Assassin’s Game). Co-producers are Bobbie Sue Luther (Crazy Kind of Love), Joseph Restaino (Dutch Book) and Julia Tseng (Romey and Julie). Associate producer is Bo Youngblood (“Days of Our Lives”).

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