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Saturday 22 November 2014

Dyer's Vendetta to get UK release

Danny Dyer's film Vendetta is likely to be released in the UK later this year
Danny Dyer's film Vendetta is likely to be released in the UK later this year

Danny Dyer's film Vendetta is set to be released in the UK and Australia after a deal was signed for the rights.

The Stephen Reynolds-directed film starring Danny will be rolled out in UK cinemas this winter.

Vendetta casts Danny as a special operative interrogator going after a gang who killed his parents, while at the same time avoiding being tracked down by his old unit and the cops.

He will star alongside Vincent Regan, Bruce Payne, Roxanne McKee, Nick Nevern, Emma Samms and Ricci Harnett.

The film will be distributed by Anchor Bay Entertainment and acquisition director Rod Smith said: "This film is Danny Dyer's best performance since The Business and it is (producer) Jonathan Sothcott's best film to date."

Danny can also be seen later this year in the mystery In A Heartbeat.

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