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Howard to direct a fantasy film?

Published 18/01/2013 | 12:20

Ron Howard looks set to direct an adaptation of All I've Got
Ron Howard looks set to direct an adaptation of All I've Got

Ron Howard is "attached" to direct the English-language version of All I've Got.

The Oscar-winning filmmaker is in talks to take control of the Hollywood adaptation of the 2003 Israeli TV film Kol Ma She'Yesh (translated to All I've Got), reported Vulture.

Described as a fantasy drama, the film - originally written by Margalit Keren - has been in the works at JJ Abrams' Bad Robot for a few years.

It follows the story of a couple who finally reunite in the afterlife, 50 years after the woman's boyfriend is killed in a car accident.

The movie would mark Ron's first fantasy film since 2000's How The Grinch Stole Christmas.

The filmmaker, who has directed Frost/Nixon, Apollo 13 and A Beautiful Mind, is busy on post-production with his upcoming Formula 1 racing drama Rush, starring Chris Hemsworth and Olivia Wilde.

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