David Levien and Brian Koppelman are just before releasing the new film Solitary Man, which Koppelman wrote and the duo directed together. A drama about a used-car magnate whose life descends into a series of self-destructive relationships, the film marks a departure from the criminal tomes and con man stories, including Rounders, Runaway Jury and Ocean's Thirteen, for which they're best known. During a recent interview with the screenwriters and directors, however, they offered some updates on a number of projects they're working on, including a long-gestating sequel to Rounders, their first produced script, a number of other adaptations, and a prequel to The Untouchables which at one point was to be directed by the helmer of the original film, Brian De Palma himself.