Jose Padilha ("Elite Squad," "Robocop") is reportedly interested in adapting the crime thriller "The Brotherhood" at Warner Bros. Pictures.
Guy Lawson and William Oldham penned the original 2006 non-fiction work about two notorious rogue cops charged with murdering for the mob (one for the Luchese crime family, the other for the Gambino family), and the detective who tracked them over seven years.
Bill Dubuque adapted the screenplay and Dan Lin is attached to produce. Padilha's "Robocop" remake is still in production ahead of a release next year.
Source: Heat Vision