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Green fit for 'Kings'; trio takes 'Bow'

1 April 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

Seth Green has been tapped to star in NBC's comedy pilot Four Kings with Kiele Sanchez also cast in the project. Meanwhile, Joey Lawrence, Kim Fields and Charles Duckworth have joined Bow Wow in the WB Network's comedy pilot Bow, Katherine Waterston has landed one of the leads in CBS' untitled Marsh McCall comedy pilot, and Kel Mitchell has joined AJ Calloway in UPN's comedy The Show With AJ Calloway. Four Kings, from Warner Bros. TV, revolves around four friends in New York who are best friends from childhood. Green will play one of them, an annoyed malcontent. Green's casting in the project, written and executive produced by Will & Grace creators/exec producers David Kohan and Max Mutchnick and to be directed by Will & Grace director/exec producer James Burrows, comes on the heels of Green working with the trio on an upcoming episode of the long-running NBC comedy, in which he will guest star. »

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WB set to 'Bow' to rapper-actor

8 March 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

The WB Network has greenlighted Bow, a half-hour pilot from Touchstone TV to star rapper-actor Bow Wow as himself. Erica Montolfo, Dan Cross and David Hoge (UPN's One on One), who penned the script, are exec producing with Bow Wow's managers Teresa Caldwell and Michael Mauldin. The pilot stems from Bow Wow's talent deal with the WB. Bow Wow toplined a comedy pilot for the WB, which was in contention for fall 2003. »

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Fox nabs 2 State St. projects

15 February 2005 | The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News | See recent The Hollywood Reporter - Movie News news »

20th Century Fox is picking up two comedies for Robert Teitel and George Tillman's State Street Pictures: one is written by Norman Vance and the other is a pitch by Adam Sztykiel. Champions, written by Vance, is a family comedy in the vein of Parenthood that deals with a middle-class black family as it tries to resolve issues brewing over three generations. Malcolm Lee is in negotiations to direct the picture, which would fall under the Fox 2000 banner, headed by Elizabeth Gabler. Lee is the director of Roll Bounce, the upcoming State Street-produced film that Vance also wrote and stars Nick Cannon and Bow Wow. The second project is an untitled high school comedy by Sztykiel for Hutch Parker's TCF. »

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