"Carlos" helmer Olivier Assayas is set to shoot his first film in the U.S. — "Hubris," an action-packed crime thriller set against the backdrop of organized crime in Chicago in the 1970s.
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Michael Mann has found his next crime story to adapt, enlisting Sheldon Turner to pen "Big Tuna," a biopic of Chicago mob boss Tony Accardo and Sam Giancana, the protege that replaced him.
After months of procrastination, the MPAA apparently has lined up its prospective new president in the person of former U.S. Senator Robert Kerrey.
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