Posted on Tuesday, April 30th, 2013 by Russ Fischer
After Joe Carnahan‘s The Grey turned into a hit with critics and audiences, the director has worked on a couple projects that ended up going nowhere (Daredevil) or in directions that weren’t amenable to him (Death Wish). That’s an all-too-familiar situation for the director, who has worked for years to make films such as Killing Pablo and White Jazz. But credit Carnahan with persistence and stamina, as he doesn’t give up.
Now the director has a new potential directing gig, as he’s in talks to make Sugar Bandits, which would be an adaptation of the novel Devils in Exile, by Chuck Hogan. Read More »