JAY Z Producing NBC Drama About The Army’s First African-American Special Ops Sniper


JAY Z is reportedly producing a new NBC drama about Nicholas Irving, the Army’s first African-American special ops sniper and the 3rd Ranger Battalion’s deadliest sniper.

Emmy Award-winning actor Sterling K. Brown (“The People v. O.J. Simpson“) is set to star as Irving.

Via Page Six:

Hot off his Emmy win for “The People v O.J. Simpson: American Crime Story,” Sterling K. Brown — who currently appears in “This Is Us” — will star as Irving, who was nicknamed “the Reaper” and was such an effective sniper, he had an AR-15 rifle named after him.

The six-hour miniseries is based on Irving’s 2015 memoir, “The Reaper: Autobiography of One of the Deadliest Special Ops Snipers.”

A source tells us, “The series will take a look inside the life of the world of special ops. The plan is to start filming early next year.”

During a four-month period in mid-2009, Irving tallied an astounding 33 kills as a master sniper.

The rights to the book were picked up by the Weinstein Company, who just announced a first-look deal with Jay Z.

Oh, I’ll be on time for this!

JAY Z’s new deal with the Weinstein Company is bringing for some incredible projects!

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