Universal Picks Up Sci-fi Project from Director George Nolfi

‘The Last Stand’'s Andrew Knauer is co-writing the project, which will be directed by ‘The Adjustment Bureau’'s helmer.
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Universal Picks Up Sci-fi Project from Director George Nolfi

Universal picks up sci-fi project from director George Nolfi Universal Pictures has plans to develop a currently untitled sci-fi project from The Adjustment Bureau's George Nolfi, who will be directing.

Plot details are being held under wraps, but the project is being co-written by The Last Stand's Andrew Knauer. The director is also producing with Michael Hackett.

George Nolfi and Andrew Knauer most recently worked together on The Last Stand, which stars iconic action star Arnold Schwarzenegger. The director is also known for his work on The Bourne Ultimatum and Ocean's Twelve.

No production schedule has been released.

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