Director Oliver Stone's new film Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps is due out in theaters next month and the director is already lining up his next film project. According to Deadline Hollywood Daily, Stone has inked a deal to produce and direct an adaptation of the Don Winslow novel Savages.
The novel, which will hit bookshelves in July, centers on a pair of Laguna Beach friends with a thriving marijuana business and who both have the same girlfriend. When they don't ankle to the threats of the Mexican drug cartel, the girlfriend is kidnapped and while they agree to pay the hefty ransom - which equals everything they've ever made from their drug business - they also hatch an elaborate scheme to get the girl back, get revenge and then vanish forever.
Stone will be collaborating with Winslow on the screenplay and it was said that Stone wants this project to be his next film after Wall Street: Money Never Sleeps.