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Wednesday, 16 June 2010

Film makers charge £2k to appear in film about life of notorious Glasgow gangster Paul Ferris - The Daily Record

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Film makers charge £2k to appear in film about life of notorious Glasgow gangster Paul Ferris - The Daily Record: "MAKERS of a movie about gangster Paul Ferris are offering investors the chance to appear in the film - for £2000.
Fans can buy shares in the £2million biopic The Wee Man, which charts the early life of the notorious Glasgow gangland enforcer.
A minimum of £2000 will guarantee access to the set, private screenings and the film's premiere.
And they could even appear as extras alongside leading cast members.
Hollywood actor James McAvoy is said to be among the preferred choices to play the young Ferris.
The film follows Ferris's rise from Glasgow's tough Blackhill estate to become one of the city's most feared gangsters.
The script is based on his 2001 book The Ferris Conspiracy, which gives his account of the murders of Bobby Glover and Joe 'Bananas' Hanlon, one of Scotland's most infamous underworld hits."

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