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'Bad Education': How Hugh Jackman Brought "Charm" to the Role of a White-Collar Criminal

'Bad Education': How Hugh Jackman Brought

Corey Finley had the Sundance experience that indie filmmakers dream of when his feature debut, Thoroughbreds, sold to Focus Features for a $5 million price tag. As a part of Finley's search for a sophomore effort, his agent sent him Bad Education, Mike Makowsky's Black List script about the fall of a Long Island school superintendent, Frank Tassone, at the center of the largest public school embezzlement scandal in American history.

The jump from indie teen thriller to a white-collar true crime might not seem logical, but reading the script, Finley saw it as the right fit. "I know ...

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