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The Regal Beagle is back in business, baby! Yes, New Line Cinema has come knocking on the door of an ancient sitcom, hoping to revive it to box office success. The studio is ready to bring Three's Company to the big screen. And this TV-to-movie adaptation will be set in the original's 1970s timeline. New Line is currently in negotiations to pick up the rights to the slapstick feature film, which originally aired on ABC.
Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein are writing the screenplay for Three's Company. The duo is best known for their work on the 2009 hit romantic comedy, He's Just Not That Into You. According to THR, Veteran producer Robert Cort is shepherding the project forward. He's known for such blockbuster comedy hits as Tom Cruise's Cocktail and Julia Roberts' Runaway Bride.
Three's Company first debuted in 1977 and was an instant hit, staying in the top »
New Line Cinema is in negotiations to acquire the rights to classic sitcom Three's Company and has hired screenwriters Abby Kohn and Marc Silverstein (He's Just Not That Into You) to author the script for a film adaptation. Robert Cort (Cocktail, Runaway Bride) will produce the project, which will be set in the 1970s, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Three's Company, which aired from 1977 to 1984 on ABC, focused on an unlikely trio of Santa Monica roommates: two single women and a man pretending to be gay in order to circumvent the era's narrower housing norms. »
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