'Shoot-Em-Up' on target at New Line

Fritz, Ben; Brodesser, Claude
March 2005
Daily Variety;3/3/2005, Vol. 286 Issue 47, p18
Trade Publication
Reports on the acquisition of script to film "Shoot-Em-Up," by New Line in the U.S. Deal of Michael Davis with the company to direct the film; Plot of the film; Finalization of the deal to produce with partners Susan Montford and Rick Benmatar.


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