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Robbins to Take on 1984

Tim Robbins DTheatre has a blurb that Tim Robbins is looking to take his adaptation of "1984" to the big screen. The news come from an article in Empire Movie News. He's currently doing a stage version of it in L.A. Robbin's got a script and he's shopping for financing.

Considering the current state of the US politics, innovations like Wikipedia (that allow continuously revisioned history), and the TV in every house, he shouldn't have too much trouble finding some money for it. --Terrence Ryan


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