Reginae Carter Lands Role In Lifetime’s “Pride and Prejudice”
The iconic Jane Austen novel, “Pride and Prejuduce” is getting a modern day spin in the form of a Lifetime movie. “Pride and Prejudice: Atlanta” was recently announced and is being produced by Big Dreams Entertainment and Swirl Films. Terry McMillan is serving as both a writer and executive producer for the film.
This movie is also filled with tons of Black star power. “Pride and Prejudice: Atlanta” will star Jackee Harry, Keshia Knight-Pulliam, Victoria Rowell, and Reginald VelJohnson – better known as Carl Winslow of “Family Matters.”
But perhaps the most exciting of the cast members is Reginae Carter – daughter of superstar rapper Lil Wayne and reality TV star/author Toya Wright.
On a recent episode of VH1’s “T.I. & Tiny: The Friends & Family Hustle,” Reginae Carter explained to her mother, Toya, that she was withdrawing from Clark Atlanta University to pursue her dreams of being an actress. Toya was justifiably disappointed. See the clip below.
However, Toya took to Instagram to cheer her eldest daughter on after her role in “Pride and Prejudice” was announced. She used this caption:
“@toyawright I’m so proud of my baby!!! Her first leading role. Baby girl your future is so bright. 1st announcement more to come. #proudmama cc: @bysbtalent @sperryparkceo”
Written by Miata Shanay