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Tuesday, October 13, 2009

Jerry Bruckheimer gives "Apaches" another chance

By siewaun
Reference: Variety

It has been 12 years since Jerry Bruckheimer acquired the rights Lorenzo Carcaterra's novel "Apaches" in 1997 with intention to addapt it into a movie. And he's not giving up just yet.

According to Variety, Bruckheimer hired new writers Sean O'Keefe and Will Staples
to try to adapt the novel, even after previous unsuccessful attempt by writers including Marshall Todd ("Bad Boys II"), John Ridley, John Fusco ("The Forbidden Kingdom") and David Klass ("Walking Tall").

"Apaches" novel is revolves around ex-NYPD cops who formed a renegade unit called Apaches to bring down the most vicious criminal in New York City.

Sean O'Keefe and Will Staples has generated much attention for having written scripts for "World's Most Wanted," and "The Cruelest Miles".

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