Ben Affleck is going to act in and direct World War II caper Ghost Army

Ben Affleck is set to highlight in and direct World War II caper Ghost Army.

The Universal Pictures film depends on the book The Ghost Army of World War II, composed by Rick Beyer and Elizabeth Sayles, just as the narrative Ghost Army.

As per Variety, it is presently hazy when the film will go into production as it is still being developed.

Affleck is relied upon to revise the screenplay. The most recent content was composed by Nic Pizzolatto with a prior draft by Henry Gayden.

The film recounts to the genuine story of a squadron of enlisted people from craftsmanship schools, promotion offices and other innovative organizations who were entrusted with tricking the Nazis into speculation the US had bigger troop numbers than it really did.

The book pursues a gathering of youthful GIs, including style architect Bill Blass, painter Ellsworth Kelly, craftsman Arthur Singer, picture taker Art Kane, and others, who direct a mystery mission. Their activity was to make a voyaging street show of misdirection, outfitted with inflatable tanks and audio effects records.

Affleck is additionally joined to produce, close by Andrew Lazar.

The entertainer had been in regards to the task for quite a while, yet a bustling calendar shooting Warner Bros’ b-ball show Torrance and Netflix’s The Last Thing He Wanted deferred the dedication.

Affleck was as of late found in another Netflix film “Triple Frontier”.