The Big Short: What you need to know about the film adaptation of Robert Kiyosaki
New information about The Big Shot, the new film adaptation by director Robert Kyslinski and screenwriter Christopher McQuarrie, has emerged.
According to a post on Facebook from a friend of one of the actors who plays a banker in the film, the movie is “going to be great”.
However, the post says it is “not quite yet” confirmed that McQueary and Kiyosesaki will star together.
The post also says the movie has not yet been released and there is “no word yet”.
The post is not the first to hint that the film is not going to be released.
On February 10, a post by a friend called Chris on the Twitter account of another actor was deleted, but it appeared on the Facebook page of another character called “Dee Dee”.
According to that account, the film has not been greenlit by the studio, and the writer, Chris McQuay, did not respond to the comments on his account.
However, another Twitter account called The Film Room also posted a message that said McQuaid and Kysloisk will not be involved in the movie.
On the social networking site, The Film School also posted that Mcquays and Kisyosaki had been approached for an “interview”.
“Robert Kiyosei and Christopher Mcquarrie have been approached by Paramount and they have agreed to write and direct the screenplay and will produce the film.
They are very busy but I can say that there is no word yet,” the Facebook post said.