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It has been long since any news about the Codeblack Films Project Frankie And Alice appeared on web. But now that chain has been broken with the studio’s release of the new trailer of Frankie and Alice. Codeblack announced its film’s release on April 4, 2014. It was initially set for a February 2011 release, after what was said to be a 1-screen Oscar-qualifying run in Los Angeles in December 2010. It didn’t see Halle in the Oscar nomination, but she was recognized by the Golden Globes for her performance. After it didn’t open as announced, in February 2011, It was been said that it had been forgotten and the project has been dropped, until almost 3 years later, when Codeblack rescue helped the film. And 5 months since the announcement, a new release of the trailer has been spotted on the web. Inspired by a true story, the drama centers around a young woman (Berry) with multiple personality disorder who struggles to cope with her disease. Stellan Skarsgard, Phylicia Rashad, and Chandra Wilson also feature in the film. Berry also served as producer along with Vincent Cirrincione (Lackawanna Blues, Introducing Dorothy Dandridge). “Halle Berry delivers a spellbinding performance in Frankie & Alice, Codeblack is thrilled to bring this important film to theaters nationwide delivering on our commitment to bring more quality films to the marketplace.” said Codeblack Films President Jeff Clanagan. Codeblack films have had a busy year this time with some of its latest release including Kevin Hart: Let Me Explain, the romantic drama Things Never Said, starring Omari Hardwick and Shanola Hampton, and George Tillman, Jr.’s The Inevitable Defeat of Mister & Pete, starring Jennifer Hudson. Up next, will be the thriller Repentance, starringForest Whitaker, Anthony Mackie and Sanaa Lathan, which will be out next month.