Warner Bros. Attacked By "Invaders"
More action-thriller will come from Warner Bros. Pictures for sure. Variety has revealed that the studio is about to develop a big screen feature of the genre entitled "Invaders" in collaboration with Basil Iwanyk's Thunder Road and Pierce/Williams Entertainment.
Written by Jayson Rothwell, the project revolves around a group of thieves who are forced by a rogue U.S. government agent to retrieve a video showing the affair between the president and the wife of an Arab sheik. No word yet on production date, but it is said that filming will take place in the U.S., Canada, France, and South Africa.
Founded in 1926, Warner Bros. Pictures is the main motion picture production arm of Warner Bros. Entertainment, a subsidiary of the Time Warner conglomerate, of which headquarters locate in Burbank, California. For 2007, the company is slated to release at least twenty film features, including "Zodiac", "Ocean's Thirteen", "License to Wed", and "Harry Potter and the Order of the Phoenix."
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