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Courteney Cox’s Assistant Cast in Fox Comedy Pilot ‘Charity Case’

4 March 2016 5:13 PM, PST | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Diona Reasonover has been cast in “Charity Case,” Courteney Cox’s Fox pilot, Variety has learned exclusively. She will play Cox’s on-screen assistant in the comedy.

Charity Case” revolves around Hailey (Cox), who inherits her late billionaire husband’s charity but quickly finds that changing the world is far less glamorous than she had imagined.

Reasonover will play Kara, Hailey’s new assistant at the charity foundation’s headquarters. The character is described as upbeat, idealistic to a fault and thrilled to have landed the job, but she’s in for a rude shock after getting to see Hailey up close and personal.

Charity Case” also stars Kyle Bornheimer, Isiah Whitlock, Jr. and Dan Gill. Cox will pull double duty as an exec producer, along with writer Robert Padnick, who penned the pilot and James Griffiths, who is set to direct. ABC Studios and 20th Century Fox are producing. »

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Universal Pictures Home Entertainment acquires 'Modern Life Is Rubbish'

12 February 2016 9:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The Exchange and Serotonin Films strike deal for Daniel Jerome Gill’s debut feature.

The Exchange and Serotonin Films have struck a multi-territory deal with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Content Group on Modern Life Is Rubbish.

The studio has picked up Europe, Asia and Latin America on Daniel Jerome Gill’s feature directorial debut starring Josh Whitehouse and Freya Mavor.

Ian Hart, Steven Mackintosh, Tom Riley, Jessie Cave, Matt Milne and Will Merrick round out the cast.

Modern Life Is Rubbish is styled as being in the vein of (500) Days Of Summer and centres on two people who relive the highlights of their ailing relationship as they divide their cherished record collection.

“We are very excited to have Universal as a partner on this winning movie,” said Brian O’Shea of The Exchange.

Piccadilly Pictures, Lipsync, Masnomis, Trailblazer Pictures and the BFI Film Fund financed the project. »

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Universal acquires 'Modern Life Is Rubbish'

12 February 2016 9:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The Exchange and Serotonin Films strike deal for Daniel Jerome Gill’s debut feature.

The Exchange and Serotonin Films have struck a multi-territory deal with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Group on Modern Life Is Rubbish.

The studio has picked up Europe, Asia and Latin America on Daniel Jerome Gill’s feature directorial debut starring Josh Whitehouse and Freya Mavor.

Ian Hart, Steven Mackintosh, Tom Riley, Jessie Cave, Matt Milne and Will Merrick round out the cast.

Modern Life Is Rubbish is styled as being in the vein of (500) Days Of Summer and centres on two people who relive the highlights of their ailing relationship as they divide their cherished record collection.

“We are very excited to have Universal as a partner on this winning movie,” said Brian O’Shea of The Exchange. “Universal’s commitment to this picture shows that Modern Life Is Rubbish is going to have commercial staying power.”

Piccadilly Pictures »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Universal acquries 'Modern Life Is Rubbish'

12 February 2016 9:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The Exchange and Serotonin Films strike deal for Daniel Jerome Gill’s debut feature.

The Exchange and Serotonin Films have struck a multi-territory deal with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Group on Modern Life Is Rubbish.

The studio has picked up Europe, Asia and Latin America on Daniel Jerome Gill’s feature directorial debut starring Josh Whitehouse and Freya Mavor.

Ian Hart, Steven Mackintosh, Tom Riley, Jessie Cave, Matt Milne and Will Merrick round out the cast.

Modern Life Is Rubbish is styled as being in the vein of (500) Days Of Summer and centres on two people who relive the highlights of their ailing relationship as they divide their cherished record collection.

“We are very excited to have Universal as a partner on this winning movie,” said Brian O’Shea of The Exchange. “Universal’s commitment to this picture shows that Modern Life Is Rubbish is going to have commercial staying power.”

Piccadilly Pictures »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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Universal acquries home ent on 'Modern Life Is Rubbish'

12 February 2016 9:00 PM, PST | ScreenDaily | See recent ScreenDaily news »

Exclusive: The Exchange and Serotonin Films strike deal for Daniel Jerome Gill’s debut feature.

The Exchange and Serotonin Films have struck a multi-territory deal with Universal Pictures Home Entertainment Group on Modern Life Is Rubbish.

The studio has picked up Europe, Asia and Latin America on Daniel Jerome Gill’s feature directorial debut starring Ian Hart and Freya Mavor.

Steven Mackintosh, Tom Riley, Josh Whitehouse, Jessie Cave, Matt Milne and Will Merrick round out the cast.

Modern Life Is Rubbish is styled as being in the vein of (500) Days Of Summer and centres on two people who relive the highlights of their ailing relationship as they divide their cherished record collection.

“We are very excited to have Universal as a partner on this winning movie,” said Brian O’Shea of The Exchange. “Universal’s commitment to this picture shows that Modern Life Is Rubbish is going to have commercial staying power.”

Piccadilly Pictures »

- jeremykay67@gmail.com (Jeremy Kay)

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