Snyder, Gabriel
March 2004
Daily Variety;3/15/2004, Vol. 282 Issue 56, p7
Trade Publication
Reports that Paul McGuigan will direct the motion picture "Fortune's Fools" for Working Title and Universal. Plan to shoot the film in Los Angeles, California, in summer 2004; Plot's focus on police officers; Reworking of the script with Erik Bergquist; Previous films directed by McGuigan, such as "The Reckoning," starring Willem Dafoe; Producers of "Fortune's Fools".


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