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Universal abandons Martin Luther King assassination flick

Universal Pictures has cut financing to the new Paul Greengrass project titled Memphis, Deadline reports. The studio acquired the film last month and planned to push it into production in June for a 2012 release but has instead pulled the plug. The film was to chronicle the last days of Martin Luther King, leading up […]

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Greengrass to direct Martin Luther King assassination pic

When you want to make a film about an intense, horribly tragic moment in history, you call Paul Greengrass. Although the shaky-cam loving director is mostly famous now for helming the last two films of the Bourne saga, he previously directed Bloody Sunday (about the disastrous 1972 march on Derry in Northern Ireland) and United […]

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