Darren Aronofsky has added another film to his crammed list of possible projects - an untitled indie heist thriller based on the 2006 Securitas robbery that saw £53 million stolen.
Aronofsky's Protozoa Pictures is developing the film, which writer Kerry Williamson will adapt from a couple of sources.
The two main titles feeding the screenplay are Jon Wertheim's Sports Illustrated articled Breaking The Bank and Howard Sounes' book Heist: The Inside Story Of The World's Biggest Robbery.
It's not known when Aronofsky will get around to the film - he's in pre-production on spooky ballet thriller Black Swan and there's still the lingering possibility that he may one day actually make that RoboCop reboot…
An Aronofsky heist! Set in the UK! Excited?
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