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Mischa attached to star in “Disengaged”

I almost can’t believe the amount of projects Mischa is attached to star in this year! The latest to be added to the list is a movie called Disengaged that Mischa briefly mentioned on Twitter back in June. I wasn’t able to find any details back then, but an early website and Stage32 profile have recently come online touting Mischa’s involvement.

Other cast members attached to the project are: Martin Sheen, Denise Richards and Mena Suvari. Mischa also mentioned Adrian Grenier’s involvement in her initial tweet, but his name is not listed on either site.

The synopsis is as follows:

During an undercover drug deal that turns fatal, two police officers of different divisions are forced to compromise their integrity by a split second decision to plant evidence. A rigorous investigation by Internal Affairs Detective Jessica Pierson is far reaching and affects everyone, including the devastated mother of the young boy that was shot and killed during the bust. A street gangster witness to the shooting who now struggles to leave the gang life, while being hunted by a rogue drug addicted narcotics officer. The Captain of the LAPD treads carefully during the investigation as a young Assistant DA discovers details that threaten his chances of becoming Police Chief. Meanwhile, the recently recruited police officer that pulled the trigger is overwhelmed with guilt and the stress of his expectant wife. Events unfold and relationships unravel, forcing dangerous decisions that put everyone and their families at risk. Morals and values hang in the balance as Jessica Pierson uncovers the real truth and has to decide what is right.

At this stage all the actors are only listed as rumored, so unlike most of Mischa’s other upcoming projects, this one appears to be a little more tentative. But the plot sounds very interesting and the cast list is exciting, so I hope this goes ahead.

 

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