Warner Bros. Gets in on Crime Thriller The All-Nighter

Brad Ingelsby has sold the first spec script of 2012, or so we’re told. Ingelsby’s crime thriller “The All-Nighter” has gone to Warner Bros. for a cool six-figure deal.

In “The All-Nighter”, an aging mob hitman is forced to take on his former mob bosses in order to save his estranged son. The action supposedly all takes place within one evening, thus the title. Sounds a bit like, uh, “Road to Perdition”, huh?

Ingelsby previously sold “The Low Dweller”, which immediately had Leonardo DiCaprio attached. But like most movies where Leonardo DiCaprio is attached and the director is not named Martin Scorsese, the film is still stuck in development limbo at Relativity.

Tom Hanks in Road to Perdition (2002) Movie Image

Via : Deadline



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