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Miami makeover for London gangster classic

Classic UK gangster film The Long Good Friday is to be re-made, it was confirmed in Cannes, with the action shifting to Miami. Handmade Films and Impact Pictures are partnering on the $50m project, written and directed by Paul W.S. Anderson. Co-producers will be Patrick Meehan for HandMade Films and Jeremy Bolt for Impact Pictures. The action in the new film is to be re-located from its original 1980s London ...

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