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Four find ‘Knife’

Ray J and Keith David among group joining thriller

The indie “Song of the Knife” will go into production this month, with Mark Dacascos, Michael Rooker, Keith David and Ray J set to star.

The film revolves around a government assassin, played by Dacascos, who is suffering from a terminal illness. Film was penned by James Hyde and Philip Cruz, with Cruz helming the pic. Hyde is producing with Rice Power Prods.

Pic, which begins filming at the end of the month, has yet to find a distributor.

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