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Meagan Good‘s upcoming comedy “You Have a Nice Flight” has landed Rob Margolies to direct, an individual familiar with the project confirmed to TheWrap. Margolies previously directed Josh Gad, Kristen Ruhlin and Hilary Duff in the 2012 romantic comedy “She Wants Me.” He is also the founder of production company, Different Duck Films. Also read: Meagan Good Rips Fans for Reposting Her Leaked Nude Photos: ‘You Should Be Ashamed’ “You Have a Nice Flight” is scheduled to begin filming in Los Angeles sometime in November, with a release for 2015. Mike Crawford (“You Me and Everyone We Know”) is producing the film. »
- Ryan O'Connell
Have you heard of the 2003 Japanese flick 2Ldk? It's a favorite of mine about two female roommates engaging in a pretty damn epic battle to the death. I mention it because the film seems to have served as the inspiration for one that's just been picked up for distribution...
...the details of which we've got on tap for ya today.
Screen Daily reports that Lionsgate and Grindstone Entertainment have scooped up the domestic rights to indie thriller 2br/1ba, which is short for '2 bedrooms, 1 bathroom.'
Starring Alexa Vega, Spencer Grammer, and Kathryn Morris, the story follows the lives of two opposite roommates whose differences come to a head over the course of 24 hours in a physical, drag out battle over money, space, and morals.
- John Squires
The story follows the lives of two opposite roommates (Vega, Grammer) whose differences come to a head over the course of 24 hours in a physcial, drag out battle over money, space, and morals.
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Rosser)
3 items from 2014
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