Mark Romanek 's directorial career began with the obscure comedy drama Need, which was released in 1986. In the future, the director honed his talent in the musical field, having worked with many famous artists - Madonna, Janet Jackson and Justin Timberlake. Two other full-length films Romanek , "Photo in an Hour" and "Don't Let Me Go", touched upon quite serious topics and were distinguished by a dark atmosphere, but now the director decided to take on a radically different genre - romantic comedy.|
According to the site Deadline , the next project of Romanek will be a film called Septillion to One . The script by Graham Sack and Adam R. Perlman was included in the famous Black List of the best unrealized ideas. Now STX Entertainment and OddLot have taken over the idea, and Romanek is planning to start casting in the near future.
In the center of the plot is an overzealous FBI agent sent to the Texas State Lottery fraud investigation department. His next case is the case of a beautiful and discerning woman - she inexplicably managed to win the jackpot three times. The main character realizes that the likelihood of this is too small, and, having got involved with the suspect in psychological games, suddenly falls in love with her ...
Many journalists have already classified the new project as one of the most interesting Hollywood ideas in development, and for Romanek himself, who has a non-standard vision, the film will be a great opportunity to plunge into the world of adventure and romance.
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