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    August 28, 2009

    SPIELBERG ON PIRATE LATITUDES

    It's another Steven Spielberg project - late Michael Crichton's Pirate Latitudes is now been underway. Spielberg will produce and possibly direct the movie, while screenwriter David Koepp will be writing. This comes with no surprise since both had worked together in Jurassic Park and its sequel The Lost World.

    Recently Michael Crichton's novels has been up for snap and DreamWorks Studios has snatched for a possiblemovie adaptation. The novel itself has not been released - awaiting a November 24 for arriving at bookshelves by HarperCollins.

    The novel sets at the coast off Jamaica at around 1665, tells about the piracy activity in Jamaica in the 17th century, while illustrate a daring plan to infiltrate Port Royal, one of the world's richest and most notorious cities, and raid a Spanish galleon filled with treasure.

    "It's a mission movie, and we see it through the prism of what it might have been like to live on the island during that time," says Stacey Snider, Spielberg's partner in DreamWorks and the company's co-chair and CEO. - COMINGSOON
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