Ketchup Entertainment Picks Up Paul Walker's VEHICLE 19
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by Movies News Desk
Ketchup Entertainment has officially picked up the rights to VEHICLE 19, starring Paul Walker, and directed by Mukunda Michael Dewil. Walker also serves as executive producer.
"We are thrilled to have the opportunity to work with Mukunda and Paul," said Ketchup Entertainment's CEO, Gareth West. "We are looking forward to launching this movie across multiple platforms, and believe this high-adrenaline thriller will be embraced by audiences everywhere."
In VEHICLE 19, a recently paroled man (Walker) is given the wrong vehicle at a rental company and stumbles upon key evidence in a corruption trial. After being framed by crooked cops, he must circumvent an entire police force in a city he doesn't know if he is to clear his name and get the evidence to the prosecution in time.
Naima McLean, Gys de Villiers, Leyla Haidarian, and Tshepo Maseko also star in the film. The film is tentatively set for a release in June.