Peter Craig, whose screenwriting debut was this year’s The Town, now will adapt the French-Canadian film Fathers and Guns for Sony Pictures and Kennedy/Marshall. Released in Quebec in 2009 as De Père en flic, the film opened to #1 at the box office in the province, becoming the highest-grossing French-language film ever released in Quebec and Canada. Fathers and Guns is an action-comedy about two cops, father and son, who can’t stand each other. CAA and management 360 rep Craig.
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