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Hollywood: ‘I have a vision of what the future holds’

Writer/director Joe Wright, who made the acclaimed film The Big Short, has been arrested and accused of fraud, according to a complaint filed by the Department of Justice on Thursday.

The suit claims Wright has been a defendant in a “conspiracy” to defraud the government of $5 million in payments.

The complaint says Wright was charged in January 2016 and pleaded guilty to conspiracy, wire fraud, and money laundering.

It adds that Wright is not yet a defendant.

The Department of Homeland Security and the FBI have not yet announced any charges.

A statement from Wright’s publicist said Wright “is in good spirits and is focusing on the upcoming film The Lonesome Crowds.”

He added: “I have been a longtime advocate for the victims of this scandal and their families and am committed to helping to find justice for the men and women who were victims of the fraudulent scheme.”

Wright’s agent did not immediately respond to a request for comment.

The Lonesomes Crowds film, about a group of high school football fans, premiered in March at the Venice Film Festival.

The Hollywood Reporter reported that Wright has had a successful career working as a producer, director, and writer.

The actor, best known for his work in the 1980s and 1990s as Jason Bourne and Hannibal Lecter, also starred in The Lovesick, The Girl on the Train, and The Last Boy Scout.