will make good on his longtime plan to put together a movie about Martin Luther King Jr. at DreamWorks, though he will do it as a producer rather than a director.
The proposed movie aims to be the definitive chronicle of the late
civil-rights icon, especially since it will be the first movie
authorized by King’s estate. DreamWorks acquired rights to King’s
copyrighted speeches and original work.
No cast or director has been announced, but that’s what the comments are for. Give it a go, readers.
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