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Sheldon Turner To Write Cartel Tale ‘Wolf Boys’ For Sony, Antoine Fuqua

EXCLUSIVE: TriStar has set Sheldon Turner to adapt Wolf Boys, the Dan Slater novel published earlier this month by Simon & Schuster. Antoine Fuqua, whose new film The Magnificent Seven opens Friday, is developing the Mexican cartel novel as a directing and producing vehicle. The drama follows two American teens recruited as killers for a Mexican cartel, and a Mexican-American detective who pursue them and who is worn down by the futility of the drug war.
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