Detective Nick Blades (WWE Superstar Edge) is a New Orleans cop on trial for corruption. Assistant District Attorney Theo Gold (Jamie Kennedy, Ghost Whisperer) is the man in charge of putting him behind bars. When these two unlikely partners from opposite sides of the law stumble onto a criminal plot, they'll need to rely on luck - and patience - to take down a dangerous killer without killing each other first. Alicia Witt (88 Minutes), Jennifer Esposito (Crash) and Jessica Walter (Arrested Development) co-star in a story that proves that when the going gets tough, it's time to start Bending the Rules.
Bending the Rules comes to theaters March 9th,
Inside Out comes to theaters September 9th, 2011 and stars Paul Levesque, Michael Rapaport, Parker Posey, Michael Cudlitz, Julie White, Bruce Dern, Jency Griffin, Juliette Goglia. The film is directed by Artie Mandelberg.
Samuel Goldwyn Films is going to distribute the film.
The film follows Kennedy's character, a district attorney that is hellbent on taking down a double-dealing New Orleans police detective (Copeland).
Artie Mandelberg is going to direct from a screenplay by Dylan Schaffer.
TNT will conclude the fascinating journey of Oklahoma City Police Det. Grace Hanadarko in 2010, when the network's groundbreaking original series Saving Grace will come to an end. Saving Grace will wrap up with a nine-episode run planned for next summer. The provocative drama stars Oscar winner Holly Hunter (The Piano), who this year received the second of two consecutive Emmy nominations for her no-holds-barred performance. Hunter also serves as executive producer of Saving Grace, along with show creator Nancy Miller, Gary A. Randall, and Artie Mandelberg. For its current summer run, which ends Tuesday, Aug. 18, at 10 p.m. (Et/Pt), the show has averaged more than 3.5 million viewers and ranks first in its time period among viewers, households, adults 25-54 and women 25-
Originally, the cable network had ordered a typical split 15-episode third season -- nine to run this summer and six in the winter.
TNT now has ordered three more episodes, which will be added to the six earmarked for winter, and the nine episodes will run next summer.
It is understood that TNT offered "Grace" producer Fox TV Studios a full-blown fourth-season pickup, but the studio declined to accept it for financial reasons.
"Grace" is an expensive drama fronted by an A-list talent, Oscar winner Holly Hunter.
Faced with the possibility for an abrupt end to the show, known for its woven story lines, TNT decided to order the extra episodes that would tie up all the loose ends. The network also opted give the show a proper sendoff in the summer,
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