Salt (The Movie) Coming Out Next Year: No, It's Not the Kurlansky Book
If you've been web-surfing recently, you may have seen the trailer for the new movie from Sony Pictures titled Salt. No, sadly, the studios have not seen fit to make Mark Kurlansky's epic book Salt: A World History into a movie. Although it would make a fantastic film--if you're a CAA agent reading this on your phone at Craft right now--set in salt mines and fishing boats and pre-Christian cities, with recipes for preserved frog and whatnot. This is a spy movie (release date July 23, 2010) with Angelina Jolie as a CIA agent accused of being a Russian spy. Okay, so it's not exactly food-related--unless some of the Russian spying is set in a borscht restaurant--but it's cool, particularly as the cast includes Liev Schreiber and Chiwetel Ejiofor. Happy Friday.
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