Walesa's Life to Go on Film: Warner Bros. and Mount Co. will go to Poland to document the life of Polish Solidarity leader Lech Walesa on the big screen. "In these times of extraordinary social and political change in Eastern Europe, we all recognize that it began with Lech Walesa and Solidarity in Poland," said Mark Canton, Warner Bros. executive vice president, in announcing plans for the film. No one has yet been asked to play Walesa, studio publicity agent Michael Singer said. But Hollywood experts have said they believed Michael Douglas and Robert Wagner would be in the running for the starring role in the film, which will go into production next year. The world charity premiere of the motion picture, which is scheduled to begin production in 1990, will benefit Solidarity's Social Fund.
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