New Line Conducting "Material Breach"



New Line Cinema is developing a political thriller feature entitled "Material Breach" with Don Winston penning the script.

Known to be quite consistent in releasing good movies worth to look at, New Line Cinema has obtained the rights to "Material Breach" to develop it into a big screen feature.

A political thriller, the picture centers on a secret government group that brings in a man once accused of terrorist acts to help plan attacks on Washington. No words yet on production schedule, but it is revealed that Don Winston has already been hired to work on the screenplay while John Moore is still in talks to direct.

One of the ten leading major film companies in Hollywood, New Line Cinema took shape in 1967 and operates several divisions which include a unit specializing in independent film called Picturehouse. For year 2007, the studio is fixed to release at least ten big screen titles in the theaters, among others "Rush Hour 3", "Hairspray", "The Last Mimzy", and "The Golden Compass."

© AceShowbiz.com


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