Rocsi Diaz has found her always and forever home…
UMC and RLJE Films are partnering for the release of the indie drama Always and Forever, starring the 38-year-old Honduran and Chilean actress and television/radio personality.
In addition to Diaz, the film also stars Lauren London, Loretta Devine, Cynthia Addai-Robinson, Robbie Jones and Wood Harris.
Directed by Chris Stokes, the film will get a day and date release in limited theaters and on VOD platforms on November 20 then UMC will exclusively stream the film beginning in early 2021.
The plot follows Nicole (Addai-Robinson), who seems to have it all – a great job, an adoring husband (Jones) – but her perfect world is shattered when her childhood friend is suddenly found dead. The tragedy reunites Nicole with her best friends from years ago, but they each soon find themselves in danger, targets of a deranged stalker. As the secrets of their past come back to haunt them, they’ll soon realize that a deadly nightmare is just beginning for those who long ago pledged their loyalty to each other, “always and forever.”
Patrick Johnson Jr., Marques Houston, Jerome Jones, Jarrell Houston, Shondrella Avery, and Alana Brown produced the film in association with Footage Films and Novus Content.
“Last year, UMC began testing the waters of the theatrical game with the release of Master P’s I Got the Hook-Up 2 to great success,” said Brett Dismuke, Chief Content Officer of UMC. “While a lot has changed in our industry over the last few months of the pandemic, we’re excited to continue developing our film distribution efforts with Always and Forever – a star-studded, jaw-dropping thriller that is sure to have audiences at the edge of their seats.”
Diaz, who was a correspondent on Entertainment Tonight during 2012–2014, previously appeared in the films Gangs of Roses 2: Next Generation, Soul Ties and The Last Letter.