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Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson for Gridiron Gang

22 September 2006 3:02 PM, PDT | The Scorecard Review | See recent Scorecard Review news »

If I said I interviewed Dwayne Johnson, few people would raise an eyebrow. If I said I interviewed Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson, you’d know which eyebrow I was talking about. Until now, Johnson mainly has stuck with action films such as “The Rundown” and “Walking Tall.” His new film, “Gridiron Gang,” puts him in unfamiliar territory, playing a correctional officer trying to change the lives of juvenile inmates through football. I sat down with Johnson at the Four Seasons Hotel while he was in town promoting the film. While talking with him, I realized this is the one film of which he is most proud, and it sounded like he really appreciates his role’s potential for helping turn kids around. “Gridiron Gang” is based on the true story of detention camp probation »

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Haggis courting 'Enemies'

12 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Hot off his best picture win for Crash, Paul Haggis is in final negotiations to direct and produce Against All Enemies for Columbia Pictures. It is unclear whether Haggis will tackle the hot-button political drama next or sandwich in another helming project first. Either way, he will initially supervise scribe James Vanderbilt (The Rundown), who is penning a second draft of Enemies. Haggis is currently writing Death and Dishonor for Warner Bros. Pictures, which he is attached to direct. Based on Richard A. Clarke's best-selling memoir, Enemies chronicles how the Bush administration handled the al-Qaida threat before and after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. Clarke, a former U.S. terrorism czar, offers the ultimate insider's account into the nation's security apparatus, featuring a cast of power brokers that includes President Bush, Condoleezza Rice, Donald Rumsfeld and Clarke. »

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Haggis tackles Clarke's 'Against All Enemies'

11 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Hot off his best picture win for Crash, Paul Haggis is in final negotiations to direct and produce Against All Enemies for Columbia Pictures. It is unclear whether Haggis will tackle the hot-button political drama next or sandwich in another helming project first. Either way, he will initially supervise scribe James Vanderbilt (The Rundown), who is penning a second draft of Enemies. Haggis is currently writing Death and Dishonor for Warner Bros. Pictures, which he is attached to direct. Based on Richard A. Clarke's best-selling memoir, Enemies chronicles how the Bush administration handled the al-Qaida threat before and after the Sept. 11 terrorist attacks. »

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