George Clooney is teaming up once again with Warner Independent Pictures to produce a big screen adaptation of John Grisham's "The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town."
George Clooney really has a lot of works to do for the couple years. Previously agreed to star in "White Jazz" while set to direct "Belmont Boys", the striking actor now is preparing himself to produce "The Innocent Man: Murder and Injustice in a Small Town."
Alongside his Smoke House partner Grant Heslov, Clooney will join forces with Warner Independent Pictures to develop the project following their successful attempt to pick up the rights to make it based on John Grisham's nonfiction novel of the same title.
No details yet on film crew and production date, but the film is likely to be a faithful version of the book which tells about the true story of a gross miscarriage of justice that sent a man named Ron Williamson to Oklahoma's death row for 11 years for a murder he did not commit.