The Town screenwriter Peter Craig is set to adapt the French-Canadian film Fathers and Guns for Columbia. Fathers and Guns is the story of a father and son who are cops sent to investigate an outdoor adventure group. The film is being produced and developed by Kathleen Kennedy and Frank Marshall. The original film was a huge hit in Quebec in summer 2009, earning more than $10 million. Denise Robert and the original’s writer and director Emile Gaudreault will also produce Columbia’s reboot. Screenwriter Craig is also currently at work on Bad Boys 3 for Sony. via Variety
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