It looks like Jerry Bruckheimer has found a kinship with writers Carlo Bernard and Doug Miro. The pair wrote his next two blockbusters, Prince of Persia and The Sorcerer‘s Apprentice, and now he has them on the hook to write a third National Treasure film for director Jon Turteltaub.
When reached for fictional comment, not-real Jerry Bruckheimer had this to say:
"The National Treasure films have always displayed a reckless abandon for all semblance of reality. After seeing how Carlo and Doug laughed in the face of physics and history with their other works, Jon and I knew they were the d-bags for the job. It also helps that they can’t capture the way people actually talk."
No plot specifics have been released yet but we’ll keep you posted on Nicolas Cage‘s hunt for William Henry Harrison’s gold or whatever it turns out to be.
In the interest of full disclosure, I made that earlier quote up. (Coming Soon)