Two months after scrambling to fill Brad Pitt’s role in State of Play, Universal is seeking a director for upcoming horror film The Wolf Man – starring Benicio del Toro, Anthony Hopkins, and Emily Blunt — after Mark Romanek (One Hour Photo) dropped out over budgetary concerns. Sources tell Hollywood Insider that Universal approached Martin Campbell (Casino Royale), who declined due to time constraints, but the studio claims it never officially offered him the job. Filming is scheduled to start in London this March .
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