The drama Chantilly Bridge will arrive in theaters March 24 and on demand April 14 from Quiver Distribution.
The film follows a reunited group of lifelong, steadfast friends who are still — in their later years — chasing their dreams, fighting injustices and sticking up for their convictions. The women lay bare their lives and deal with important issues that impact all women with humor, humility, humanity and love. They discuss equality, sex, menopause, mortality, feminism, parenthood, careers, love and “me-too” moments. While women often feel invisible in the world, the film — about reconnecting with old friends from the past and the beauty of a shared history — highlights who they are and what they care about.
The film stars Lindsay Crouse, Jill Eikenberry, Patricia Richardson, Talia Shire, Ally Sheedy, Helen Slater, JoBeth Williams and Naaji Sky Adzimah.
The Redbox Original Film Bandit, starring Josh Duhamel, Elisha Cuthbert and Med Gibson, is available now in theaters and on demand from Quiver Distribution.
The crime drama is directed by Allan Ungar and written by Kraig Wenman, and is based on Robert Knuckle’s best-selling novel The Flying Bandit, the real-life story of Gilbert Galvan Jr., who lived under the name Robert Whiteman when he was dubbed the Flying Bandit in 1987.
In the film it’s 1985, and Gilbert Galvan Jr (Duhamel), a charming career criminal, escapes from a U.S. prison in Michigan and crosses the border into Canada where he assumes the identity Robert Whiteman. After falling in love with Andrea (Elisha Cuthbert), a caring social worker he can’t provide for, he turns to robbing banks and discovers that he’s exceptionally good at it. Under the guise of a security analyst, Robert begins flying around the country robbing multiple cities in a day, eventually catching the attention of national news outlets that dub him The Flying Bandit. Addicted to the rush and money that provides his double life, Robert eventually turns to loanshark and reputed gangster Tommy Kay (Mel Gibson) for bigger opportunities. But with Robert’s notoriety growing in record time, he is put into the direct sights of a ruthless detective (Nestor Carbonell) who will stop at nothing to bring him down.