'The Outlaw Ocean': Leonardo DiCaprio to produce action thriller based on true events for Netflix
Actor Leonardo DiCaprio is set to make an action thriller based on the real-life search for a fugitive fishing ship.
London: Actor Leonardo DiCaprio is set to make an action thriller based on the real-life search for a fugitive fishing ship.
The 41-year-old actor will produce the movie, titled 'The Outlaw Ocean', through his production company Appian Way for internet video streaming service Netflix.
The movie will tell the story of how a vigilante crew stalked a notorious fish poaching ship across 10,000 miles and three oceans, reported Female First.
Leonardo, a committed environmental activist, had signed a deal with Netflix to produce non-fiction based films and documentaries about controversial environmental themes.
"There's never been a more critical time for our planet or more of a need for gifted storytellers to help us all make sense of the issues we face," he said.
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