Director: Angel Manuel Soto
Writer(s): Sherman Payne, Barry Jenkins (first draft), Lotfy Nathan (original documentary)
Starring: Teyonah Parris, Milan Ray, Jahi Di’Allo Winston, William Catlett, Meek Mill, Donielle T. Hansley Jr., Marla Aaron Wapner, Melanie Jewel Howard, David A MacDonald, Dominic Jackson, Charles D. Clark, Chandler DuPont, Hero Hunter, Arnold Y. Kim, Talia Williams, Kezii Curtis, Jeanette Maus, Jamaal Burcher, Darren Alford, Wain Jenkins, Antoinette Montgomery, Kate Pak, Marvin Raheem, Victor Ellis, Lakeyria Doughty, LaDana Drigo, Rick Kelvin Branch, Kendra Marie, Mashawn Robertson, Eric Lamont, Ernest Owens, Archana Prasanna, Pacino Braxton, Marcellus Bassman Shepard, Todd Dickerson, Edonis Washington, Stephanie Cookie Carson, Tiana Melvina, Damien R. Campbell, Richard Evans, Stephanie Parker, Roger Tyler
Synopsis: The film is based on the Lotfy Nathan-directed documentary. It follows Mouse, a young boy who wants nothing more than to be a part of the Midnight Clique, a tough group of Baltimore bike riders who rule the summertime streets. As he navigates the challenges of coming of age in a complicated world, he learns the hard way that the choices you make early on can change your life forever. READ REVIEW
Release Date: April 10, 2020 (USA) | Length: 125 min | Genre: Drama, Sports | MPAA Rating: Rated R for pervasive language, sexual references and some violence.
Note: Title changed from 12 O’Clock Boys to Twelve. Title changed again to “Charm City Kings”. Premiered at the Sundance Film Festival on January 27, 2020. Above is the theatrical release date. Unable to identify Ernest Owens, Damien R. Campbell, Richard Evans and Stephanie Parker.