Filmmaker Stanley Kubrick left behind a few unproduced projects when he passed, but now one of them appears to be finally moving forward. THR reports that Michael C. Hall will star in the Kubrick-penned God Fearing Man, which is being shopped to networks as a miniseries. Entertainment One is producing the mini, which tells the true story of Canadian minister turned safecracker Herbert Emerson Wilson, who stole nearly $16,000,000 as an American bank robber in the early 20th Century. Hall will play Wilson and also executive produce the project alongside Steve Lanning and Philip Hobbs of Philco Films. Hobbs was a frequent collaborator of Kubrick’s, having worked on a number of projects including Full Metal Jacket.
Since the dreadful ending of Dexter, Hall has sought out work in more independent fare as of late. He had a memorable turn in last year’s Kill Your Darlings and fronted the genre bending Cold in July earlier this summer.
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