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Honorary Dean Allison exit letter from Justin Lin

I’ve never had the pleasure of meeting Dean Allison: he was Public Works Director around 6 years before I was accepted for an internship here at DPW. But everybody everywhere had something positive to say about him: He was kind, caring, empathetic, and led the department with a true passion for helping others. In his short time as Director, he had a profound impact on both the department and the public, and was loved by all.
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'Fast & Furious' Director Justin Lin Finds Buyer for $6M Penthouse

'Fast & Furious' director Justin Lin just got several million dollars richer ... cause he's found a buyer for his penthouse condo in the heart of Los Angeles. Real estate sources tell TMZ ... Justin Lin accepted an offer on the condo this week, and the price tag is definitely a come-up from the $2.6 mil he paid back in 2012.

Fast and Furious Director Justin Lin Tapped to Helm One Punch Man Live-Action Film

For the past few years, some of our favorite anime series have been getting the Hollywood live-action treatment in both film and television. Whether they've been successful or not, they are seen as major IPs that studios would love to turn into their own franchise. Now, another beloved anime is set to make its jump to the big screen and it will be spearheaded by the person behind one of the most successful franchises in Hollywood.
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Justin Lin is making a One Punch Man movie

One Punch Man is getting a live-action film adaptation through Sony Pictures that will bring our beloved bald-headed hero, Saitama, and his mechanical sidekick Genos, to life on the big screen, according to a report from Deadline. The production team sounds solid, with Fast & Furious director Justin Lin on...

One Punch Man live-action movie will be directed by Fast and Furious’ Justin Lin

Another anime hero is set to make the jump to live action, this time on the big screen for Sony Pictures. One Punch Man will be adapted into a live-action movie that will be directed by Justin Lin, who’s best known for directing several movies in the Fast and Furious franchise. The Sony project was revealed by Deadline on Monday.

Justin Lin to direct 'One Punch Man' live-action following 'Fast X' departure

Justin Lin is revving up for his next project following his departure from Fast X, the tenth installment of the Fast & Furious franchise. The filmmaker will direct Sony's upcoming live-action adaptation of One Punch Man, based on the popular Japanese superhero manga franchise of the same name. It tells the story of superhero Saitama, who can defeat any opponent with a single punch. When he grows bored and unchallenged, Saitama seeks out a worthy opponent to go toe-to-toe with.

One-Punch Man Movie Brings on Fast & Furious Director Justin Lin

Are you ready for more One-Punch Man? It seems like Hollywood is. If you did not know, major studios began eyeing the hit manga years ago for a live-action adaptation, and it seems the project is on the move. Director Justin Lin of the Fast & Furious franchise has been brought on to oversee the film according to new reports.

Sony Pictures Taps Justin Lin To Direct ‘One Punch Man,’ Adaptation Of Manga Classic; Scott Rosenberg & Jeff Pinkner Scripting

Click here to read the full article. EXCLUSIVE: After exiting Fast X, it didn’t take Justin Lin very long to rev up another franchise. He’s set to direct One Punch Man for Sony Pictures. Scott Rosenberg & Jeff Pinkner, who teamed on Jumanji: The Next Level and Venom, are set to write the live-action film adaptation of worldwide hit manga series. Sony Pictures acquired the film rights from Shueisha. Avi Arad and Ari Arad of Arad Productions (Spider-Man film series, Iron Man, X-Men film series, Venom) are producing the film. Lin also will be a producer and will work with the...

Justin Lin to Direct ‘One Punch Man’ for Sony

Justin Lin, the filmmaker behind half of the nitrous oxide-fueled Fast and Furious movies, is revving up with another franchise. The filmmaker is in talks to direct an adaptation of the popular Japanese property One Punch Man for Sony. Lin’s hiring comes weeks after the director’s high profile exit from Universal’s Fast X,  which saw an unusual situation unfold in which the director voluntarily exited a shoot already in production. Lin is best known for helming five Fast movies, beginning with the third installment, Fast and Furious: Tokyo Drift (2006) and including last summer’s F9.More from The Hollywood ReporterRita Moreno Joins 'Fast...

Justin Lin to Direct 'One Punch Man' Manga Adaptation Film

The wheels of Hollywood are moving fast. Barely two months after announcing his shocking exit from Fast X – the tenth installment in the Fast & Furious saga – Justin Lin has been announced as the director for a highly anticipated manga and anime adaptation. As Deadline reveals, Sony has tapped Lin to helm a live-action adaptation of One Punch Man, one of the most popular anime series from the last ten years or so. The story centers around Saitama, a bald and frail-looking super-hero who is able to exterminate potential enemies with a single punch.