Jake Gyllenhaal wrapped director Antoine Fuqua’s boxing movie Southpaw earlier this year, but the two are already planning a follow-up project together. Deadline reports that Fuqua will direct Gyllenhaal in the cartel film The Man Who Made It Snow, based on the autobiography of Max Mermelstein, a Jewish hotel engineer who was responsible for transforming Pablo Escobar’s Medellin Cartel into a billion-dollar enterprise. Gylllenhaal and Fuqua will both act as producers on the project as well, and the film will be financed by IM Global. Production is already scheduled to get underway late next year. More after the jump.