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Universal Pictures Picks Up Tom Hanks 'Larry Crowne'

Universal Pictures is bringing two new movie projects into its fold. The film studio has acquired the domestic distribution rights to "Larry Crowne," Tom Hanks' upcoming writer-director-star vehicle alongside actress Julia Roberts, as well as David Guggenheim's original script, "Safe House."

Currently, plot details for "Larry Crowne" are being kept under wraps, but Deadline Hollywood Daily notes that the film's script was co-written by Nia Vardalos, the actress and writer behind "My Big Fat Greek Wedding." The movie begins production in April.

"Safe House," meanwhile, is presumably a more action-oriented film than "Larry Crowne." According to The Hollywood Reporter, the movie focuses on "the only surviving agent of an attack on a CIA safe house [who] must find a way to transport a dangerous prisoner to a second safe house while they are pursued by forces that both want them dead."

Between the two projects, it's hard to determine which one has the most potential. I love me some Tom Hanks and his collaboration with Roberts -- who he teamed with for "Charlie Wilson's War" -- and Vardalos is particularly interesting. But I'm also a sucker for action, and it sounds like "Safe House" is the movie that's going to tickle that interest for me. This is new ground for Guggenheim, but he's an senior editor for US Weekly and his brother Marc is a former "FlashForward" showrunner. THR notes that several studios made offers on "Safe House," so this is apparently a hot project.

: moviesblog.mtv.com




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