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Jerry Bruckheimer's 'Deja Vu' film loses site and director Tony Scott


UPI News Service, 10/05/2005 

Director Tony Scott has left Jerry Bruckheimer's "Deja Vu" due to scheduling and logistical problems.

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The Touchstone Pictures film was supposed to start shooting Tuesday in New Orleans, but damage left by Hurricane Katrina sent officials scouting for a new location, Daily Variety reported Wednesday.

The shooting delay left Scott having to bow out of the project, a spokesman for the director said.

Denzel Washington stars in the film originally set in San Francisco. The move out of Louisiana is expected to raise the projected $75 million price tag, Variety said.

A Bruckheimer spokesman said the film will probably start shooting in January but could start sooner depending on when a new director is found.

"Deja Vu" is about an FBI agent who travels through time to prevent a murder.


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