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Snyder riding ‘Rainbow’

Paramount has chosen Zack Snyder (“Dawn of the Dead”) to write and direct its adaptation of Tom Clancy’s “Rainbow Six,” centered on Clancy’s shadowy John Clark CIA agent character. The story follows Clark joining with several colleagues to leave the CIA and create an England-based multinational org designed to battle terrorism.

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