Vivica A. Fox’s new film Kinky has been acquired by Patriot Releasing as part of a plan to distribute 10 films a year that cater to African American women. The film is written and directed by Chocolate City’s Jean Claude Lamarre, and will hit 300 screens October 12 and expand to 700 the following week.

The story revolves around Dr. Joyce Richardson, an African American surgeon who begins a sexual journey with a billionaire investor. After dating for a few months, the couple begins exploring their wildest sexual fantasies, leading them into the world of BDSM and hardcore sexual exploration.

Fox will star as the character of Dana. Dawn Richard (Danity Kane), Robert Ri’Chard (Coach Carter), Eurika Pratts (Black Magic) and Gary Dourdan (CSI) co-star.

Fox has had guest star roles on Law & OrderDrop Dead DivaMelissa & Joey and Raising Hope. She was a regular on the syndicated series Mr. Box Office alongside Bill Bellamy.  Most recently she was cast as Cookie Lyon’s sister in the Fox series, Empire.  Last year, she reprised her Independence Day role in Roland Emmerich’s Independence Day: Resurgence, and also starred in the sci-fi film Crossbreed as the President of the United States, which was the first time a black woman played a U.S. president in a live-action film.

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