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Snoot Investigating "Identity Theft"

September 6, 2006 (7:35 am) GMT
Snoot Entertainment has secured the rights to "Identity Theft" to develop it as its first live-action film project.

A new move has been made by Snoot Entertainment. Known for producing low-cost animated movies, the company is set to develop its first live-action feature entitled "Identity Theft" following its successful attempt to obtain the rights to the project, so Variety has revealed.

Taking a sci-fi genre, pic is based on Robert J. Sawyer's novel of the same title which centers on a private eye working on Mars who is hired to find the husband of a beautiful woman. No words yet on film crew, cast, and production schedule.

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