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Liam Neeson plans to come together again with Joe Carnahan

HollywoodNews.com: Liam Neeson is planning to work with his “A-Team” director Joe Carnahan once again.

Carnahan has written a script with Ian Mackenzie Jeffers entitled “The Grey” that’s essentially a man vs. nature film. Jeffers also wrote the short story that the film is based upon.

In “Grey,” Neeson leads a group of pipeline workers in the Alaska wilderness after their plane crashes. Relentless to make it home to the woman he loves, Neeson and co. must deal with a pack of wolves along the way.

Ridley and Tony Scott are producing with Carnahan looking to shoot early next year once he lands more cast members.

“The A-Team” bombed at the domestic box office making just over $77 million from a lofty budget of $110 million. Apparently, U.S. moviegoers didn’t want to see the big screen version of the ‘80s TV show.

Empire Online had the news.


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