The success of writer Davis Guggenheim became as much of a story surrounding his first film, Safe House, as the flick itself earlier this year.
Guggenheim was previously the editor of the magazine US Weekly and began writing scripts in his spare time, selling Safe House on spec (meaning nobody hired him to write it beforehand) to Universal before it went on to be a surprise hit in February.
Now he's done it again, as THR reports Universal won a bidding war for Guggenheim's latest effort, the plane crash thriller Black Box.
It's being compared to Enemy of the State and Three Days of the Condor, so we're in.
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