Fox Sets January 18 Release Date for BROKEN CITY Starring Russell Crowe, Mark Wahlberg, and Catherine Zeta-Jones

     October 27, 2011

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20th Century Fox has dated Allen Hughes’ noir drama Broken City for a January 18th, 2013 release date (per THR). The film stars Russell Crowe, Mark Wahlberg, and Catherine Zeta-Jones and centers on a private detective (Wahlberg) who is hired by the mayor of New York (Crowe) to find out the identity of the mayor’s wife’s lover. The lover turns up dead, and the detective finds himself deep into a much wider conspiracy. Zeta-Jones plays the mayor’s wife. The film will square off in January against a trio of big films: Arnold Schwarzenegger’s comeback The Last Stand, the magician heist film Now You See Me starring Jesse Eisenberg, Morgan Freeman, and Woody Harrelson, and the 3D re-release of Monsters Inc. Production on Broken City begins in November in New York.

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