'Bro'' will hit three more screens Friday

Maury Phillips

Producers, writers and actors take part in a question and answer session June 22 before the premiere of "Bro'."

After its premiere June 22 and an extended run that ends Monday at the AMC Orange 30 theater in Orange, Calif., the FMX-inspired crime drama "Bro'" has been picked up by a distributor and booked to run at three more California theaters.

"Bro'" will be playing from Friday through July 12 at AMC Norwalk 20 in Norwalk, the AMC Ontario Mills 30 in Ontario and the Laemmle Boulevard Cinemas in Lancaster.

The Grindstone Entertainment Group, a partner of Lionsgate Entertainment, will release the Nick Parada-directed film on video on demand and DVD in October, according to a release.

"Bro'" features Metal Mulisha riders Beau Manley and Colin "Scummy" Morrison and actors such as Danny Trejo and Will Chavez in the film that dramatizes the sex, drugs and rock 'n' roll lifestyle of freestyle motocross. Click here Photo Gallery to view a photo gallery of the June 22 premiere.

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