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5 items from 2006


MGM taking 'Pleasure' in North America

22 September 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- In something of a coup for producer-financier GreeneStreet Films and fellow producers Fugitive Films, MGM has nabbed all North American rights to the romantic comedy The Pleasure of Your Company. Writer-director Michael Ian Black's feature, which had its world premiere this month at the Toronto International Film Festival, centers on an unlucky guy (Jason Biggs) who dresses up like cupid to propose to his girlfriend and ends up scaring her to death. With some goading from a friend, he gives romance another try by spontaneously proposing to a waitress (Isla Fisher), only to experience more misadventures on the road to love. Edward Herrmann, Joe Pantoliano, Joanna Gleason, Margo Martindale and Rob Corddry round out the cast. Black created the TV series Stella and starred in The Baxter and Wet Hot American Summer. Pleasure and the Vietnam war thriller Rescue Dawn are the only two films in this month's Toronto fest to be picked up by a major distributor -- in both cases, MGM. After serving as a distribution arm for companies such as the Weinstein Co. and Bauer Martinez, MGM in its latest moves is acquiring more features of its own like Pleasure. »

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There shalt be 7 more for indie 'Ten'

7 August 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Indie comedy The Ten now has 12. Winona Ryder, Famke Janssen, Gretchen Mol, Liev Schreiber, Rob Corddry, Ron Silver and Oliver Platt have joined the City Lights Pictures satire that spoofs the Bible's Ten Commandments. Jessica Alba, Adam Brody, Ken Marino, Paul Rudd and Justin Theroux already have boarded the project. Directed by David Wain (Wet Hot American Summer) from a screenplay by Wain and Marino, the film is shooting in New York and Mexico. Jonathan Stern is producing alongside Marino, Rudd and Wain. Morris S. Levy is producing for MEGA Films, while City Lights' Danny Fisher is executive producing with Michael Almog. Michael Califra will co-executive produce, and Marcus Lansdell will associate produce for City Lights. City Lights' credits include John Waters' A Dirty Shame for New Line Cinema. The production company recently teamed with MEGA on the starrer Descent. City Lights also is producing Interrupted, a feature adapted from director Nicholas Ray's posthumous autobiography I Was Interrupted and directed by Philip Kaufman. Wain is repped by CAA and Principato-Young Entertainment. »

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Corddry gives 'Donor' to Par

30 July 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Paramount Pictures has acquired a pitch by multihyphenate Rob Corddry titled The Donor. Corddry, a regular on Comedy Central's The Daily Show With Jon Stewart, will topline the comedy. The story, which is being kept under wraps, was conceived by Corddry along with Daily Show colleagues Stewart and executive producer Ben Karlin. Corddry will pen the screenplay with Brian Huskey and Jason Mantzoukas. Paramount's Gail Berman and Eben Davidson are shepherding the project for the studio. The deal highlights Berman and Paramount's mandate to mine homegrown talent; Paramount and Comedy Central are sister companies under the Viacom umbrella. Karlin, who also is executive producer of The Colbert Report, and Stewart are producing the film through their Bus Boy Entertainment shingle. Corddry will executive produce. »

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Arquette responds to 'Emergency'

3 March 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

David Arquette has joined the cast of the ABC comedy series In Case of Emergency. Meanwhile, ABC has added names to four of its drama pilots: Peter Facinelli has signed on as the second lead in Enemies, Sarah Clarke has joined A House Divided, Charlotte Ross has come aboard Ugly Betty, and Sean Patrick Flanery has joined Secrets of a Small Town. In other pilot castings, Fox has confirmed that Lenny Clarke will co-star with Rob Corddry in the comedy pilot Becoming Glen. Cameron Richardson has signed on to the Fox comedy pilot If You Lived Here, You'd Be Home by Now, while Natalie Garza has joined another Fox comedy pilot, The 12th Man. Also, CBS has booked Michael Gaston in the drama pilot Jericho, and USA Network has tapped Lesley Ann Warren for its drama pilot In Plain Sight. ABC's Emergency, which has a six-episode commitment, revolves around four high school friends who unexpectedly reunite during a crossroads in their lives. »

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Corddry waxes for 'Glen'

9 February 2006 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

The Daily Show correspondent Rob Corddry has landed the title role in Fox's comedy pilot Becoming Glen, while Angie Harmon has been tapped to star in ABC's drama pilot Secrets of a Small Town. On the pilot pickup front, ABC and NBC have ordered two comedies each. Becoming Glen, from 20th Century Fox TV, Ricky Blitt and Seth MacFarlane, centers on a successful fortysomething man who looks back at 1994, when he was a 32-year-old slacker (Corddry) living with his parents and spending all his time lying on the couch watching TV. It's been a very successful pilot season for brothers Rob and Nathan Corddry, both members of the fake news team of Comedy Central's Daily Show. Last week, Nathan Corddry was cast in another high-profile pilot, Aaron Sorkin and Thomas Schlamme's drama for NBC, Studio 60 on the Sunset Strip. »

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