David Guggenheim, who wrote the this year’s hit Denzel Washington thriller, is back to pen a sequel.
Universal is working on a follow-up to one of its biggest domestic hits of 2012, Safe House.
David Guggenheim, who wrote the original script while working a day job as an editor at Us Weekly, is back to pen the as-yet-untitled sequel. Scott Stuber is returning as producer via his Universal-based Bluegrass Films.
The action-thriller original followed a bored young CIA agent (Ryan Reynolds) overseeing a South African safe house who is thrust into a life-and-death adventure when he has to keep a rogue agent (Denzel Washington) safe.Read More