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Dustin Hoffman Sustains Severe "Injuries"

July 6, 2007 (9:45 am) GMT
Two-time Oscar winner Dustin Hoffman will star, co-write, direct, and produce a film adaptation of Scott Turow's book "Personal Injuries."

Almost fully relying on his own for his next film project, has told USA Today that he will carry out quadruple task of starring, directing, producing, and co-writing script in a new big screen feature entitled "Personal Injuries."

"It's based on a book I bought myself, 'Personal Injuries' by Scott Turow. It's about a personal-injury lawyer, also known as an ambulance chaser," the Oscar-winning actor revealed.

Eyeing a June 2008 start for the project, Hoffman further informed that he is now on works to get the screenplay just right.

"Everything starts with the page," so he said.

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