Sundance Film Festival closer also stars Katie Holmes, Al Pacino and Ray Liotta
Anchor Bay Films will release a new version of "The Son of No One," which closed the Sundance Film Festival, in 10 markets on Nov. 4, the company announced Tuesday.
In a written statement, Anchor Bay's executive VP, Kevin Kasha, said that after the company acquired "The Son of No One" at Sundance, "We worked with the filmmakers to tighten some sequences and we're thrilled to be bringing a new cut to theaters."
The movie sill open in New York, Los Angeles, Baltimore, Dallas, Chicago, Minneapolis, Palm Springs, Philadelphia, Phoenix and Boca Raton, FL.
John Thompson, Holly Wiersma and Montiel produced the film.It's about Jonathan, a second-generation police officer, played by Tatum, who reopens a double homicide cold case in his Queens neighborhood.
While he investigates, a local reporter starts getting tips that suggest a cover-up by the former lead detective, played by Pacino.
According to Anchor Bay, "As Jonathan digs deeper into the assignment, a dark secret about the case emerges, which threatens to destroy his life and his family.