Fleming, Michael
June 2009
Daily Variety;6/2/2009, Vol. 303 Issue 40, p1
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The article focuses on scriber Todd Field who committed himself for Universal Pictures to write a script for the big screen adaptation of Boston Teran's novel entitled "The Creed of Violence." It states that Michael De Luca will produce the Western epic. Accordingly, Field accepted the idea of the adaptation despite the fact that he seldom scripts such projects. Field writings include "Little Children" and "In the Bedroom," and he is expected to write and direct "Blood Meridian."


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