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Miami Vice Set Sees Real Shooting

In a harbinger of what will happen when critics get a view of the film, Digital Spy has an article about a real shooting on the set of "Miami Vice." A military officer charged with protecting the crew was forced to shoot a 44 year old man who approached the set brandishing a pistol and firing a few shots. The government of the Dominican Republic condemned the incident.

The film adaptation of the TV series, will be out in the summer of 2006. The film is being directed by Michael Mann and will star Colin Farrell and Jamie Foxx. Neither Oscar nominations nor box office success are expected. --Terrence Ryan


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