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'Retirement' package for veteran cast

6 December 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Jack Warden, George Segal, Ossie Davis and Rip Torn are heading into Retirement for director Charlie Picerni. Billy Burke also has been cast in the indie feature being produced by Corner Stone Pictures. The comedy revolves around four grumpy old men who must go on a road trip to prevent one of their daughters from marrying the wrong guy. The script was written by Michael Pietrzak and Jon Warner. Pietrzak and Picerni are producing. Shooting is scheduled to begin shooting in February in Florida's South Beach, New Orleans and Las Vegas. Warden, who was nominated for best supporting Oscars for Heaven Can Wait and Shampoo, most recently appeared in 2000's The Replacements. He is repped by APA Agency. Segal, who starred in NBC's Just Shoot Me, is repped by ICM and Douglas Urbanski of DMG. Davis' recent credits include She Hate Me and Bubba Ho-tep. He is repped by the Artists Agency. Gersh-repped Torn appeared in the summer hit Dodgeball: A True Underdog Story. Burke's credits include the recent Ladder 49 and Along Came a Spider. He is repped by CAA and manager Ellen Meyer. Corner Stone partners include Picerni, Pietrzak, Warner, and Jon Knutson. The company is developing and producing features, soundtracks and youth-oriented TV animation. »

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'Jury' order: Fox picks up drama pilot

6 January 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Fox has picked up the drama pilot The Jury, from Barry Levinson, Tom Fontana and James Yoshimura, as a series, possibly for midseason. The network has ordered five episodes of the 20th Century Fox TV legal drama, bringing the total order to six hours, including the pilot. Meanwhile, ABC has firmed up its commitment to the untitled Suzanne Martin comedy, ordering a pilot from the Warner Bros. TV sitcom about a hip single mom working as a wedding planner and her more conservative teenage daughter. Andy Ackerman is set to direct the pilot for the project, which had a put pilot commitment. He also will executive produce with Martin. Fontana and Yoshimura penned the pilot for The Jury, which examines the legal process through the eyes of the members of a jury. Levinson directed and guest starred in the pilot, which was filmed in December. The Jury, executive produced by Fontana, Yoshimura, Levinson and Jim Finnerty, stars Billy Burke, Adam Busch, Shalom Harlow, Jeff Hephner and Cote de Pablo. The drama was packaged by CAA. »

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