Angelina Jolie will helm Unreasonable Behavior, a film that will tell the true story of British war photographer Don McCullin. The film, to be produced by Tom Hardy, will be based on the photographer’s 1992 autobiography. Per Amazon:
Born in London in 1935, McCullin worked as a photographer’s assistant in the RAF during the Suez Crisis. His early association with a North London gang led to the first publication of his pictures. As an overseas correspondent for the Sunday Times Magazine beginning in 1966, McCullin soon became a new kind of hero, taking a generation of readers beyond the insularity of post-war domestic life through the lens of his Nikon camera. He captured the realities of war in Biafra, the Congo, Vietnam, Cambodia, and the human tragedy of famine and cholera on the Bangladesh border and later, the AIDs epidemic in Sub-Saharan Africa.
SlashFilm reports that Hardy once as being eyed to star in the film, though it does not seem as though that is happening.
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