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Denzel Washington To Play Hannibal In Netflix Movie

According to Deadline, John Logan is set to write the screenplay for the upcoming Hannibal movie. While he is known for projects such as “Penny Dreadful,” “Skyfall,” and “Coriolanus,” he most notably co-wrote “Gladiator,” giving him relevant experience in historical films. Meanwhile, Antoine Fuqua, Denzel Washington, Erik Olsen, and Adam Goldworm will produce, with Jeremy Lott and Frank Rodriguez Moll serving as executive producers.

What can viewers expect from the upcoming project? For one, Hannibal is seen as a central figure in the Second Punic War. The conflict began after he attempted to extend the borders of his country by attacking Saguntum, an area considered out of bounds by the agreement between Rome and Carthage. As Rome considered this a breach of their agreement and called for Hannibal to be handed over to them, the Second Punic War began.

While Hannibal also had previous battle experience conquering several Spanish tribes, it sounds like the central focus of the upcoming film will be on his battles against the Roman empire. Considering the scope of the production, Netflix users can likely expect that the unnamed Fuqua and Washington project will arrive in late 2024 or sometime in 2025 at the earliest.

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