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The film is scheduled to begin shooting in May.

Mar, 15, 2017

There's a new crime thriller on its way and the cast of the film is an unlikely trio.

Terrence Howard, Paula Patton, and Mike Epps will star in crime drama .38, which is set to begin shooting in May in Georgia. 

According to The Hollywood Reporter, the film follows a rookie cop in St. Louis, who after witnessing a brutal murder, begins to see the bonds that bind cops together. Epps will play a seasoned cop with familial ties a local gang leader. Howard will play a detective who's daughter goes missing. And, Patton will play Epps' partner.

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Fans of Mike Epps will finally get a chance to see the comedian stretch his wings in a serious role, which is something we're looking forward to. 

The film is being described as reminiscent of Academy Award-winning film Crash, which also starred Howard. 

Nothing else is known about the upcoming movie, but we'll keep you posted as more news comes in.

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