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Last year, directors Mike McCoy and Scott Waugh teamed with Relativity Media for "Act of Valor," which featured real Us Navy Seals going out on a mission to recover a kidnapped CIA agent. The film grossed $81 million worldwide on a budget of $12 million. Apparently that was good enough for the studio, because it's now moving forward with a sequel, which will focus on an elite Swat officers. Scott Wiper (The Condemned) is attached to write and direct, while McCoy and Waugh are on board to produce. Relativity Media is also currently developing a TV series based on "Act of Valor." »

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