“Salt” and “Clear and Present Danger” director is attached to thriller about an untested submarine captain who has to rescue the kidnapped Russian president
"Clear and Present Danger" and "Salt" director Phillip Noyce has been attached to direct Relativity Media's upcoming thriller "Hunter Killer," Relativity Media announced Thursday.
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The movie is based on the novel "Firing Point" by George Wallace and Don Keith.
The script is written by Jamie Moss, who wrote X-Men: First Class, John Kolvenbach ("Coney Island") and Arne Schmidt ("Chain Reaction").
Relativity is targeting production to begin at the end of this year.