Channing Tatum, Tom Hardy and even Paramount Pictures have all dropped out of J.C. Chandor’s long gestating “Triple Frontier” which was slated to begin production this month.
Tatum and Hardy reportedly were unhappy with the latest version of the script. With a tight schedule impending, Paramount and those cast members opted out of doing the production.
Those involved are just the latest to try and get this film shooting after the first attempts were made almost a decade ago with Kathryn Bigelow attached for several years.
Mark Boal penned the story which is set in the notorious border zone between Paraguay, Argentina and Brazil where the Igazu and Parana rivers converge – a haven for organized crime. The film was also set to star Moonlight‘s Mahershala Ali.
The likes of Johnny Depp, Tom Hanks, Will Smith and Mahershala Ali have all been attached at some point.