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Watch the Trailer for Reasonable Doubt, Starring Samuel L. Jackson and Dominic Cooper

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December 5, 2013


Earlier this week, ComingSoon.net debuted the poster for the upcoming Lionsgate crime-thriller Reasonable Doubt, starring Dominic Cooper and Samuel L. Jackson. Today, the trailer has come online and can be viewed in the player below, courtesy of iTunes Movie Trailers.

Directed by Peter Howitt (Laws of Attraction), Reasonable Doubt follows District Attorney Mitch Brockden (Cooper), who commits a fatal hit-and-run and decides to throw the case against the accused criminal blamed for the crime, only to learn that he acquitted a guilty man that he needs to find and stop before he kills again.

Reasonable Doubt opens in select cities and on VOD on January 17.



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