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Daniel Radcliffe's 'Tokyo Vice' movie reported to begin filming this summer
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Written by Red   
Friday, 06 February 2015 13:18

The Solution Entertainment Group is reported to help fund and producer Daniel Radcliffe's movie 'Tokyo Vice', reported Variety from this year's Berlin Film Festival. The pub mentioned that production will begin this summer; Dan is currently filming 'Now You See Me: The Second Act' in London.

A Japanese underworld thriller, “Tokyo Vice’s” sales will be launched at Berlin’s European Film Market. It is scheduled to go into production this summer on location in Japan.

Like so many films coming on to the market at Berlin, “Tokyo Vice” is true-event inspired, being based on “Tokyo Vice:  An American Reporter on the Police Beat in Japan,” a 2008 memoir by Jake Adelstein that covers his years as the first non-Japanese reporter at one of Japan’s largest newspapers, Yomiuri Shinbun, and his dealings the Japanese criminal syndicate Yakuza.