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Fuqua & Spike Lee Adapting 'Miss: Better Living Through Crime'

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November 18, 2009

Miss: Better Living Through Crime

Filmmakers Antoine Fuqua (Training Day, Shooter) and Spike Lee (Inside Man) are teaming up for an adaptation of the French graphic novel Miss: Better Living Through Crime. Fuqua will direct the crime thriller with John Ridley, who also recently wrote George Lucas' Red Tails, writing the script and Spike Lee executive producing. The project is one of the first at the newly formed Vigilante Entertainment. The comic is published through Les Humanoides Associes in France and first hit US shelves back in 2002. Vigilante is currently shopping the project around with studios before moving forward. Read on for more info on this.

Miss: Better Living Through Crime is about Nola and Slim (seen above), two unlikely partners in crime in the early 1920s in New York. Nola is a poor white girl who has learned to survive by hook or by crook since being expelled from the orphanage. Slim is a black pimp with an uncertain past, trying to keep one foot out of the grave. Story revolves around a poor white girl and a black pimp who forge a partnership as killers for hire. Wow, this sounds like quite a gritty story. I don't expect we'll be getting anything less than an R-rating on this adaptation. I'm definitely curious to see how it turns out with Fuqua directing. Sound interesting?

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Reader Feedback - 3 Comments

1

I'm the biggest fan of Training Day and it kills me a bit that there hasn't been a Fuqua film up to snuff since. If he's hooking up with Spike Lee there might just be some magic in the way because I really want to see this guy succeed.

Frame on Nov 18, 2009

2

cool a good director (Fuqa) and a douche directing a movie together.

Xerxex on Nov 18, 2009

3

"Co-sign" for Xerxex, lol. Fuqa can do without that untalented hack.

Big Boss on Nov 18, 2009

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