I’m late. I’m late. I know that. But read on anyway …
Writer-director Paul Greengrass, he of the Jason Bourne films, is planning a Martin Luther King, Jr. biopic entitled Memphis. The film will trace the events leading up to the assassination of King on April 4, 1968. Producer Scott Rudin (The Social Network) is supposedly interested in bringing the project to Focus Features.
Greengrass has already written the screenplay, based on his own research, and takes a look King’s efforts to organize the city’s sanitation worker before his murder. Continue reading
It’s what we’ve all been waiting for, innit? I seriously think this will strip The Dark Knight of its title as most anticipated movie evar.
I am talking, of course, about Facebook: The Movie. (Or, as writer/producer Aaron Sorkin calls it, The Facebook Movie.) The mind grapes over at /Film got the scoop:
Writer Aaron Sorkin (The West Wing, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip) has joined Facebook. More importantly, he’s created a Facebook group where it’s announced he’s penning Facebook: The Movie for mega-producer Scott Rudin (No Country For Old Men, There Will Be Blood).
This is not a joke.
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