‘Kick-Ass’ Star Directs ‘Battlestar Galactica,’ ‘Party of Five’ Favorites in Suicidal Rocker Biopic (Exclusive Video)

“37: A Final Promise” stars Randall Batinkoff as a desperate rocker determined to end his own life at 37

Guilt-ridden rocker Adam Webb (Randall Batinkoff of “Kick-Ass”) vows to kill himself in “37: A Final Promise.” But just a few weeks shy of the pre-planned expiration date — his 37th birthday — he meets Jemma (Scottie Thompson of “Skyline”) and falls in love.

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Haunted by painful memories and a traumatic past, the love struck singer is conflicted between exacting his suicide plan or running off with his new gal. So, naturally, he visits a psychic (played by Bruce Davison, the senator from “X-Men”) for advice.

The story is adapted from Guy Blews’ novel “How Angels Die,” based on his personal experiences. Batinoff directed the film, as well as co-wrote the script with Jesse Stratton. Gravitas Ventures and 37 Productions is producing and distributing the film.

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“37: A Final Promise” opens in select theaters and is available for VOD on Aug. 8.

Watch the trailer for the upcoming film, which also stars Scott Wolf (“Party of Five”) and Tricia Helfer (“Battlestar Galactica”), above.

Watch TheWrap's exclusive clip of Adam's sitdown with the psychic below: