Clooney will make a movie about the failure of U.S. intelligence
George Clooney is going to shoot a movieabout one of the biggest failures in the history of the security service of the United States. For this purpose he bought the film rights to his books based on real history of the U.S. intelligence services during the Cold war.
Production company Smokehouse Pictures, which is under the control of George Clooney, has signed an agreement giving it exclusive right of adaptation of the book former employee of the Federal Bureau of investigation United States Joe Navarro's "3 minutes until doomsday", informs the Hollywood reporter. In it the writer opens the story of one of the most unsafefailures of the security service of the United States.
To date it is not clear whether this will be a full length feature film or television series. Also unknown and start date of filming. And yet, the Creator of the book has volunteered to write the script for the film based on the fruits of their own creativity.
Book Joe Navarro tells about the attempts of U.S. intelligence to track the agent that submitted the command of the Warsaw Pact military projects armies of NATO member States in case of the beginning of world war III. They were a Junior officer of the armed forces of the United States Clyde Lee Conrad. Special agent for 12 years service passed on valuable information to the Russian bloc. They say that the result of his work the Soviet Union and allied countries had specific information about the projects of virtually all actions of NATO troops in Europe, also placements of strategic arms.
In 1988, Conrad was arrested. He was sentenced to life in prison German metropolis Diez. There he died in early January 1998 at the age of 50 years.