Director Paul Greengrass, known for Captain Phillips and recent Netflix movie News of the World, is working again with studio Universal. Together, they once made the beloved Jason Bourne franchise.
This time, Greengrass will work on a movie adaptation of Flechter Knebel’s novel, Night at Camp David. In it, an American senator named Jim McVeigh discovers that his charismatic boss and party leader Mark Hollenbach, who has an impeccable reputation, is not as perfect as it sounds.
During a number of nighttime sessions with McVeigh at the country presidential residence Camp David, Hollenbach alleges that he conspired against him to prevent him from turning the United States into a superpower again. The question is, of course, whether this is true or whether Hollenbach is lying things together.
Despite the fact that so far no actors have been found, Jed Mercurio signed the project. Mercurio, creator of the popular BBC series Bodyguard, will be responsible for the script.
He will be inspired by the book that appeared in 1965 and was inspired by the presidency of Richard Nixon. In 2008, it was re-issued in response to Donald Trump’s tenure as President of the United States and the conspiracy theories that accompanied it.
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