Gloria Govan keeps on kicking… azz that is!
Today, Shaq Entertainment announced the release of the second episode of Clean Ops titled “Do Unto Others.”
Here’s a little about the episode:
The Clean Ops agency, known for it’s programming of top notched assassins has their latest protege, the beautiful and deadly V on assignment to track down and kill Akerman, a racist business tycoon who has made millions working in different illegal ventures. Akerman has been physically and mentally torturing his Mexican housekeeper as well as threatening to deport her and her family if she doesn’t bend to his sick and twisted demands. After V locates and frees the housekeeper from the evil Akerman’s reach — V decides to get creative with this kill. She gives Akerman a taste of his own medicine. “Do Unto Others.”
And here’s more on the “Clean Ops” web series:
Clean Ops is a quality production written by Sylvia Hillman and Michael Anthony Snowden, and directed by Bernard Gourley, launched in November which promises to deliver high action, thrill and suspense to digital urban entertainment. Seemingly an undercover vigilante institute, “Clean Ops” is an agency that trains inner city kids in performing arts by day and the art of being an expert assassin by night. Govan, who trained with top professionals for her role as an assassin, delivers an action packed performance as “V”, a classical ballerina by day and a contracted hit woman by night. Very little is known about V’s past; where she came from, how the agency found her or how long she’s been there. The only thing you need to be concerned with is becoming V’s next target.
Shaq Entertainment though? Interesting how those Govans and O’Neals always end up in bed together somehow.
What’d you guys think of Gloria’s acting?