While writer/director Michel Hazanavicius hasn’t made a film since winning all those Oscars for The Artist, he’s circling Will, and his interest might give the project a second life at Paramount. Hazanavicius likes the picture, and could do it after his next assignment, a pic about an NGO worker in Chechnya. It’s early days, but worth watching.
'The Artist's Michel Hazanavicius Eyeing Paramount's 'Will'
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