Former DreamWorks chiefs to produce drug-smuggling drama 'See No Evil'

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Former DreamWorks chiefs to produce drug-smuggling drama 'See No Evil'
The husband-and-wife producer team of Walter Parkes and Laurie MacDonald have a pretty interesting résumé, as these things go: their credits range from blockbusters like "Men in Black" to specialty passion projects like Guillermo Arriaga's "The Burning Plain." In their 12-year tenure as founding presidents of DreamWorks, they shepherded the likes of "Gladiator," "Minority Report" and "Sweeney Todd"; more recently, away from the studio, they collaborated with Paramount on the Denzel Washington vehicle "Flight." (Parkes, meanwhile, has been Oscar-nominated for producing "Awakenings" and the documentary "The California Reich," as well as for writing "WarGames.") So while they produce their share of filler too (take your time, "Men in Black 4"), when they team up on something more interesting-sounding, the results are often notable. In this case, the project is "See You Evil," a drama to be adapted by screenwriter Kurt Wimmer ("Salt," "The Thomas Crown Affair") from an article by Brendan I.
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