Amazon & Netflix In Bidding Battle For ‘Crime 101:’ Don Winslow Novella Has Chris Hemsworth, Pedro Pascal, Director Bart Layton – Deadline

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EXCLUSIVE: In a whopping deal, Amazon and Netflix are battling ferociously for Crime 101, a package based on a novella by Don Winslow that has Chris Hemsworth and Pedro Pascal attached to star. American Animals helmer Bart Layton is attached to direct. The deal has been going on for months, and started before the strike. It came down to Amazon and Netflix, sources said. Amazon appears to have the edge.

Working Title’s Eric Fellner and Tim Bevan, and Shane Salerno’s Story Factory are the production companies that put the package together along with CAA. It’s a great crime story in the vein of Heat. High level jewel thieves are taking place up and down the Pacific Coast and police have linked the thefts to the Colombian cartels. Detective Lou Lubesnick has other ideas, and he zeroes in on one perp, a thief looking for a final score. HarperCollins published the story as part of the Winslow collection Broken in 2020.

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