Simon West has been tapped to direct a true crime adventure flick entitled "Crazy Love."
Simon West is laying his hands on true crime adventure flick this time. The British filmmaker has agreed to direct "Crazy Love" as well as to produce alongside Brian Presley's Freedom Films, so Variety has reported.
While there is no word yet about cast lineup, Geoffrey and Marcia Blake have been confirmed to work hand in hand in penning the screenpaly. West's partner in his Simon West Productions, Jib Polhemus, is set to produce with Lisa Kearns executive producing.
As for the premise, the movie will take focus on a surfer girl who agrees to help her friend bringing millions of dollars into Pakistan only to find herself being interrogated by authorities while also getting pursued by a DEA agent.
West, who initially directed adverts, first entered entertainment industry as a film editor for BBC in London before making his directorial feature debut in "Con Air" (1997). Apart from "Love", he is also attached to direct Sony Pictures' "RPM", an action-packed tale of two buddies racing around Europe as part of an elite group who race in only the finest, highest-ticket cars.