Later this year, movie goers will get a glimpse at Army life with the release of the film "Fort Bliss."
According to Deadline, Phase 4 Films has landed the North American distribution rights for the film and it will be released this fall. An exact release date has not been announced.
The film also will be released on iTunes on Sept. 19, according to a post on the film's Facebook page Friday.
"Fort Bliss" stars Michelle Monaghan as Army Staff Sgt. Maggie Swann, a medic struggling to reintegrate into civilian life after a tour in Afghanistan.
Monaghan has previously starred in "Eagle Eye," "Mission: Impossible III," and "Gone Baby Gone."
Ron Livingston stars as Richard, Swann's ex and the father of their child. Livingston previously starred in "Band of Brothers," "Office Space," and "Swingers."
Monaghan visited the medical simulation training center at Fort Bliss in 2012 to learn basic medic skills for her role in the film. View pictures of her training at http://www.kvia.com/news/16172672
Watch the trailer at http://bit.ly/1iuF8br
View photos from the film at http://www.kvia.com/news/25385444
Film’s synopsis from its official website: A decorated Army medic and single mother (Michelle Monaghan) returns home from an extended tour in Afghanistan to discover that the bond with her five-year-old son has been shattered. In her absence, the boy has attached to his father (Ron Livingston) and his new girlfriend (Emmanuelle Chriqui). As she struggles to reclaim her son’s affection and reintegrate into civilian life, she meets a mechanic (Manolo Cardona) with whom she becomes romantically involved. Just as her life begins to stabilize and the bond with her son shows signs of healing, she gets news of another deployment. She must now find a way to reconcile her duties as a mother and her obligations as a soldier.