Scribe duo joins 'Ivy League'

November 2011
Daily Variety;11/10/2011, Vol. 313 Issue 29, p4
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The article reports that writers Chris Shafer and Paul Vicknair will work for the film adaptation of an article from the periodical "Rolling Stone" titled "The Girl Who Conned the Ivy League."


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