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Paul Haggis Teaming Up With 'Crash' Co-Writer Bobby Moresco On Canadian Film 'Paris'

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Haggis is heading to Canada!

Paul Haggis
and Bobby Moresco may forever live in the shadow of 2005's Oscar-winning "Crash," but the writers are taking on another project together. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Haggis and Moresco are set to work on the Canadian political drama "Paris" together, penned by screenwriter Dawn Kuisma ("After Iraq").

While "Paris" is still in early days with no casting decisions made, Haggis doesn't plan to think twice about what critics have to say. "I don’t pay much attention to the press," he told IndieLondon. "My films always get good reviews and bad reviews. I just try to make the best film I can."

For more, click over to The Hollywood Reporter.

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