17, 2013 at 09:29 p.m. Updated: Sept. 17, 2013 at 11:34 p.m. Friend(s) Email More Columns > We found Brandon Lloyd. The former New England Patriots wide receiver reportedly has turned down the advances of at least six NFL teams, but he jumped at the opportunity to work with Alec Billy Stephen Tito Daniel Baldwin in “After Effect,” a straight-to-DVD horror thriller coming to your local Walmart next month.

Brandon Lloyd Stars In Horror Movie, Along With Baldwin Brother

Instead of returning to the NFL, though, Lloyd’s taken up acting, and his debut looks fantastic. Daniel Baldwinthey couldn’t get Stephen, I guessstars in After Effect, and Lloyd plays the role of Sgt. Chuck Lloyd. The clip features Lloyd doing sergeant-like things while looking for something. You can really get a feel for the film in that 50-second clip. The film’s synopsis, per IMDB : When college students sign up for what seems a simple paid research study, they soon realize their lives are in danger. Unfortunately they’ve unknowingly volunteered their bodies as human collateral in an ongoing U.S.

WATCH: Brandon Lloyd starts in zombie movie ‘After Effect’

Now, the retired Pro Bowler is starring in a direct-to-DVD zombie movie with one of the Baldwin brothers. Not Alec, not Daniel, not the one from Backdraft, not the one whos a Republican oh wait, no, its Daniel. The 32-year-old Lloyd, who has reportedly turned down offers from NFL teams this year, will play Sgt. Chuck Lloyd (get it?) in the upcoming horror film, After Effect.You know the film is going to be a classic when: 15 of the 26 cast members listed on IMDB dont have head shots. the directors most notable credit is http://www.nflpatriotspro.com/15-danny-woodhead-jersey serving as an assistant to the producers in a Kathy Griffin television special.

Brandon Lloyd gives up football for acting, to star alongside Daniel Baldwin in ‘After Effect’

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(USA Today Sports Images) Many of you have wondered: Why don’t the New England Patriots just bring back Brandon Lloyd amidst all their wide receiver issues? We now have an answer. [Play Yahoo Sports Fantasy Football: The No. 1 free fantasy football game! ] Lloyd appears headlong into his second career of acting and reportedly will co-star alongside Daniel Baldwin (yes, one of the Baldwin brothers!) in a film called “After Effect.” According to the movie’s IMDB page , here’s a summary of the plot: “When college students sign up for what seems a simple paid research study, they soon realize their lives are in danger. Unfortunately they’ve unknowingly volunteered their bodies as human collateral in an ongoing U.S.

Brandon Lloyd will star in zombie movie with a Baldwin brother

Chuck Lloyd in an upcoming thriller After Effect, which stars Daniel Baldwin. The 95-minute film is described thusly on IMDB : When college students sign up for what seems a simple paid research study, they soon realize their lives are in danger. Unfortunately theyve unknowingly volunteered their bodies as human collateral in an ongoing U.S. Military experiment. The movie will be released on Oct. 8, just after Week 5 of the NFL season concludes, and IMDB says production cost $1 million, which is about $4 million less than Lloyd himself was set to earn before the Patriots released him in the offseason. Its selling for pretty cheap, too, with Walmart offering the DVD at less than $13. Its not the first time Lloyd has entered into the world of entertainment, as hes released songs as a rapper in the past.

Brandon Lloyd Chooses Acting In Straight-To-DVD Zombie Movie Over NFL Career

Specifically, acting. The former NFL wide receiver stars alongside Daniel Baldwin (the chubby one) in an upcoming zombie movie called “After Effect.” Lloyd plays Sargeant Chuck Lloyd. According to MassLive.com ‘s Nick Underhill, the direct-to-DVD release is scheduled for Oct. 8. Via IMDB twitter , “After Effect” is about a group of college students who sign up for a research study only to find out that they’ve unknowingly volunteered for a military experiment. Hijinks, no doubt, ensues. It’s a good start for Lloyd, but it’s way too early to tell how “After Effect” will stack up against “Stone Cold,” the cinematic masterpiece brought to us by former NFL linebacker Brian Bosworth.

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