Everything is going according to Sterling K. Brown’s script.
The three-time Emmy winner is focusing on film roles after six years as Randall Pearson on NBC’s “This Is Us,” whose final episode aired in May.
“I love movies now,” Brown told the Daily News. “I love the different opportunities to play different characters after playing one character for six years. Because you can make some room.
“Perhaps in a few years, when my family is sick of me jumping from place to place…I’ll be back for another series. If it’s 10 to 13 episodes, I’ll be back for other sandboxes.” I think this is really important for me because it gives me the opportunity to play in.”
Brown has a new movie arriving in theaters and Peacocks on Friday. He stars an actor as a megachurch pastor embroiled in a scandal. His other films include ‘Black Panther’ and ‘Frozen II’.
In recent years, Brown has produced “Honk for Jesus. Save Your Soul.” ” is also produced.
“For each project, you have to spend time talking to people about why you did it,” Brown said.
“You need answers and justifications as to why you think you’re behind that message, that show, that story, why you think it’s worth putting out into the world. It’s great to have input.”