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Jodie Foster To Helm MONEY MONSTER

October 11, 2012
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Jodie Foster is set to step behind the camera once again as the director of the upcoming drama (dramedy?) "Money Monster".

Daniel Dubiecki ("Up In the Air", "Juno", "Thank You for Smoking") of The Allegiance Theater will produce in partnership with IM Global.

The film follows the story of Lee Gates, a TV personality whose insider trading tips have made him the money guru of Wall Street. When Kyle, a viewer who lost all of his family's money on a bad tip from Lee, holds Lee hostage on air, ratings soar as the entire country tunes in to this media frenzy to find out just how much a man's life is worth.

Production on the film will begin in 2013 and casting begins right now.

We will keep you updated as details emerge.

Source: Coming Soon

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