Laurence Fishburne and Stephen Baldwin are convicts on the run in Fled. Handcuffed together on work detail, prisoners Charles Piper (Fishburne, The Matrix) and Mark Dodge (Baldwin, The Usual Suspects) flee the scene of a massacre by a fellow inmate who has single-handedly eliminated half of the prison guards. In no time the Attorney General's office, with a keen interest in the escaped Dodge, assigns a U.S. Marshal (Robert John Burke, 2 Guns) to track down the prisoners. Dodge, as it turns out, holds a key piece of evidence on a disc, which if discovered, could bring down some very powerful people. All is not as it seems in the action-packed Fled, where double-crosses, dual identities, corrupt officials and a myriad of twists and turns abound. In a film that pays homage to The Defiant Ones and Butch Cassidy and The Sundance Kid, director Kevin Hooks (Passenger 57) working from a screenplay by Preston A. Whitemore II, brings together a talented cast that includes Will Patton (No Way Out, TV's Falling Skies), Salma Hayek (Frida, Bandidas), David Dukes (Date With An Angel) and Michael Nadar (The Trip, TV's Dynasty).