Seemingly never has problems in working on his acting career since "Hustle & Flow", Terrence Howard has openly told BlackFilm.com that he will take part in Dito Montiel-directed fighting movie which Channing Tatum is toplining.
A rough-hewn heroic tale about realizing dreams of glory, the movie centers on Tatum's character Sean Arthur who scrapes up a living scalping tickets in NYC. The young man's life takes different turn when he encounters a veteran street-fighting coach who leads him to a whole new career he never imagined before.
Filming is said to begin on location in New York City this September with Montiel helming from the latest draft of the screenplay that he himself wrote. Kevin Misher is on board to produce for Rogue Pictures, which is going to release thriller flick "The Strangers" in theaters this October.