"Lord All Men Can't Be Dogs" Premieres on BET Sunday, May 15th

Starring Vivica A. Fox, Christian Keyes, Elise Neal, and Johnny Gill

Tri Destined Studios and Swirl Films produce

Image Entertainment / One Village Entertainment Distributes

May 13, 2011, 06:00 ET from Tri Destined Studios

LOS ANGELES, May 13, 2011 /PRNewswire/ -- Tri Destined Studios (www.tridestined.com) and Swirl Films announce TJ Hemphill's "Lord All Men Can't Be Dogs" premiering on BET Sunday, May 15, 2011, distributed by Image Entertainment / One Village Entertainment.

Based on the stage play by award winning writer / director TJ Hemphill, this musical comedy focuses on the troubles of Lisa and Tim, whose marriage is falling apart as two evil spirits take up residence in their house. But, when two good spirits show up, the battle for Lisa and Tim's love and souls reaches a feverish pitch. It's a story of temptation, greed and finally, deliverance.

Starring in "Lord All Men Can't Be Dogs" are: Vivica A. Fox, Christian Keyes (Tyler Perry's Madea Goes to Jail and What's Done in the Dark), Elise Neal (Hustle and Flow, Scream 2), singer Johnny Gill, Laila Odom (Zane's Sex Chronicles), Tony Grant (Why Did I Get Married), Shoneji Loraine (Perfect Combination), Kareem Grimes (A Good Day to Be Black and Sexy), Christian comedian John Gray, and Trisha Mann (David E. Talbert's His Woman His Wife).  

Eric Tomosunas, ND Brown, and David Eubanks produce; Brett Dismuke and Christian Keyes executive produce; James Seppelfrick, Keith Neal, Trey Haley, and Veronica Nichols co-produce.  The nationwide retail release date is June 14.

Tri Destined Studios' upcoming projects include We Are Family starring Monique Coleman (High School Musical), Christian Keyes, Chyna Layne (Precious), Lew Temple (Unstoppable), Rey Valentin (HBO's Generation Kill), RonReaco Lee (BET's Let's Stay Together), Omarosa (The Apprentice), Frenchie Davis (The Voice and American Idol), D. Woods (Danity Kane/ MTV's Making the Band), Leslie Jones (Lottery Ticket), Shoneji Loraine, Karlie Lewis (VH1's Scream Queens), and Serein Wu.  

Swirl Films and Tri Destined Studios recently wrapped the new film "He's Mine, Not Yours" starring from BET's The Game: Wendy Raquel Robinson, Gabrielle Dennis, and Caryn Ward and from BET's Let's Stay Together: Nadine Ellis. Jason Weaver (Drumline), Carl Payne (Martin), Darrius McCrary (Young and the Restless) and Clifton Powell also star.  

Partners in Tri Destined are ND Brown, Trey Haley, and Gregory Anderson. Veronica Nichols is Vice President of Production and Development.

SOURCE Tri Destined Studios