Liam Neeson (After-Life) is in negotiations to re-team with his A-Team director Joe Carnahan for the survival drama The Grey, an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap. Carnahan co-wrote the screenplay with Ian Mackenzie Jeffers, who wrote the original short story that the script is based on. The story follows a team of pipeline workers who struggle to survive in the Alaskan wild after their plane crashes there. The men come under attack from a pack of vicious wolves who view the humans as intruders who must be killed. Neeson will play the team leader, who aches to reunite with the woman he loves. The project was originally announced with Bradley Cooper attached (another A-Team star) back in February. It sounds like one was replaced for another.
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