Marc Gottlieb to Rewrite 'Incinerator' for Boies/Schiller Film Group
The film tracks a terminally-ill architect with a troubled past who is recruited by a group of would-be thieves who plan to steal $70 million from a federal facility that burns retired currency.
Marc Gottlieb has been tapped to rewrite Incinerator for The Boies/Schiller Film Group.
Originally written by Jay Eden, the story tracks a terminally-ill architect with a troubled past who is recruited by a group of would-be thieves who plan to steal $70 million from a federal facility that burns retired currency.
Gottlieb’s script, Masterwork, is in development with producer Paul Schiff and director Jon Amiel attached. His feature script, Cruiser, has Brad Luff and John Pogue on board to produce and Claudio Faeh directing.
Boies/Schiller recently wrapped production on Jane Got a Gun, starring Natalie Portman, Joel Edgerton and Ewan McGregor and will release Escape Plan with Arnold Schwarzenegger and Sylvester Stallone in October.
Gottlieb is repped by APA and managers Zack Cox and David Engel at Circle of Confusion.
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