September 2007
Film Journal International;Sep2007, Vol. 110 Issue 9, p74
This section offers news briefs concerning the motion picture industry. Lionsgate will distribute an untitled documentary by Larry Charles featuring comedian Bill Maher. Frank Coraci will direct New Line Cinema's "Mild Things," a script by Michael Coulton and John Aboud about a married couple who party for months before their first child is born. Actor Tom Cruise will play the title role in Terry George's "Edwin A. Salt."


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