WW2 Mob Drama Goes The American Way

Anonymous Content and the Film Department are joining forces to develop the World War II-era mob drama “The American Way” says The Hollywood Reporter.

Brian Kistler penned the story of two brothers profoundly affected by their parents’ murder, leading one to the FBI and the other to a life of crime.

Despite bad blood between them, the imprisoned sibling agrees to go undercover to help his brother take down an infamous gangster.

The story blends fictional characters with real-life mobsters from the era. Steve Golin, Mark Gill and Robert Katz are producing.