Coming to select theaters on July 12 is the critically acclaimed drama Fruitvale Station. Based on a true story, Michael B. Jordan stars as a 22-year-old Bay Area resident that wakes up one morning to set his life straight. He hopes to reconnect with his mother and the girlfriend he hasn't been completely truthful with. As he sets out on his journey, he realizes change is going to come hard. But on this fateful New Year's Day, he is shot in cold blood by a BART officer outside of the Fruitvale subway station. His tragic death shakes the Bay Area, and the entire nation, to its very core. Watch the first trailer from Fruitvale Station, which also stars Chad Michael Murray, Octavia Spencer and Kevin Durand.
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