It has been over a decade since Tim Robbins sat in the director's chair on a feature film, now the actor/filmmaker has signed a deal to return behind the camera for the upcoming "City of Lies" at Endgame Entertainment says The Hollywood Reporter.
An adaptation of Arthur Phillips’ short story Wenceslas Square, the story follows two spies who fall in love while participating in separate missions in Prague. Christopher Markus and Stephen McFeely are adapting the script.
Robbins takes over for Phillip Noyce who was previously attached to direct. James D. Stern, Ira Glass and Alissa will produce.
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