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Based on the Vertigo Comics series by Ollie Masters and Ming Doyle, the film will be written and directed by Straight Outta Compton writer Andrea Berloff.
Oscar-nominated writer Andrea Berloff has been tapped by New Line Cinema to adapt and direct The Kitchen, the Tracking Board has confirmed. This will be the directorial debut for Berloff.
An ex-convict fights to protect his estranged daughter from the drug cartel that is hunting her down, by using connections and skills from a past life.
New Line Cinema is moving ahead with a feature adaptation of The Kitchen, a comic series written by up-and-comer Ollie Masters with illustrations by Ming Doyle and published by Vertigo Comics. Straight Outta Compton scribe Andrea Berloff is set to pen the script.
An ex-con reunites with his estranged wayward 16-year old daughter to protect her from drug dealers who are trying to kill her.
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With the 88th Academy Awards fast approaching, we’ve compiled the latest odds from the top Vegas oddsmakers and applied our insider analysis to bring you our predictions for some of this year’s biggest races. Updated with the latest odds on 2.25.16!
The writer of the upcoming “Fugees,” “Blood Father” and “Straight Outta Compton” tackles real life Cocaine Cowboys for her next!
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Logline: Centers on Jon Roberts, an injured Vietnam vet who became one of Americas largest drug lords, beginning with NYC nightclub takeovers in the 1970s, and ending with the sale of billions of dollars worth of cocaine for the Medellin drug cartel. But, upon his arrest, he would not only confess to all his crimes, but he would serve ten years in prison, while also helping the American government smuggle weapons to their allies in South America.