So why did the achingly major project never get a green light? Devlin says the studio didn't like his script, and hired their own ringer to write a new one. Emmerich, however, refused to use a non-Devlin script, and the whole thing fell apart, with the two going off to work together on Independence Day and several other projects. But now Isobar is back on track: It will start shooting in either October or early November, and will be directed by Emmerich's old partner Peter Winther. Mercifully, Stallone is no longer attached.
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