Theo Gold (Jamie Kennedy), the New Orleans Assistant District Attorney, is about to have the worst day of his life. Not only does his wife decide to leave him on the eve of his birthday, but he manages to lose a high profile case against detective Nick Blades (Edge). Now, the only thing Theo has left is the car his father, Herb (Phillip Baker Hall), entrusted to him – a 1956 Studebaker Goldenhawk. But when he discovers that his father’s pride and joy has been stolen, Theo is determined to do whatever it takes to get that car back. The same person he just tried to put away, Nick Blades, becomes his only ally in the police department. As the two set off to find the car, action and comedy quickly develop, because the stolen car is merely a small piece
Directed by Artie Mandelberg
Produced by Nancy Hirami
Written by Dylan Schaffer
Starring Jamie Kennedy
Adam "Edge" Copeland
Philip Baker Hall
Music by Trevor Morris
Editing by Jerry U. Frizell, A.C.E
Studio WWE Studios
Release date(s) March 9, 2012
Country United States
Budget $4.2 million (estimated)
Bending the Rules is a 2012 film directed by Artie Mandelberg, produced by WWE Studios, and starring Adam "Edge" Copeland and Jamie Kennedy. The film was released on March 9, 2012 in select theaters in the United States for a limited time.
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