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THREE KINGS director David O. Russell (pictured) is no longer flirting with producer Natalie Portman’s PRIDE AND PREJUDICE AND ZOMBIES project. Find out why, and what Russell is helming instead, after the jump.
Vulture reports that instead of directing the adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s best-selling novel, Russell will be meeting Vince Vaughn in ST. LOUIS—OLD ST. LOUIS, that is. Because of scheduling conflicts (supposedly Portman wasn’t able to meet the director’s intended start date on ZOMBIES), Russell is moving on to the PAPER MOONish OLD ST. LOUIS, in which Vaughn will play a traveling toy salesman trying to reconnect with his distant daughter.
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