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Hackers vs. Drug Cartel

Image The Hollywood studio First Look Media was created by the founder of the corporation eBay Pierre Omidyar just three years ago, but has already had a hand in the creation of the drama "In the Spotlight", which won in February this year a Oscar award in the Best Picture category. According to Deadline , the management of the American film company intends to continue working on films based on real events.

The bosses of First Look Media decided to fund the We Do Not Forget tape about the confrontation of the international network of hackers Anonymousand the Mexican drug cartel Los Zetas . The title of the film is a reference to the motto of the Internet community Anonymous : “We are Anonymous. We are the Legion. We do not forgive. We don't forget. Wait for us".

The feud between the hackers and Los Zetas began after the representatives of Anonymous got hold of 25 thousand emails from members of the Mexican government, which contained information about the representatives of the cartel. Soon one of the organization's activists was taken prisoner by a criminal group, after which his associates threatened to make the information they have available to the public. This move led to a split within the community, since not all hackers were eager to enter into confrontation with drug lords. They, in turn, decided to hire computer security experts to reveal the true identities of the members of Anonymous ...


The script for the film was written by Zach Helm ("Shop of Miracles"), who intends to bring the story of the conflict between cybercriminals and the bosses of the famous drug cartel to the big screen with his own hand. Daniel Radcliffe ("Harry Potter and the Sorcerer's Stone") and Zachary Quinto ("Star Trek") have signed up for the main roles in the film, but insiders still find it difficult to say what images they are will delight their fans.


The biographical drama will be produced by Antoine Fuqua (Training Day).

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Author: Jake Pinkman