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The deal, made before the WGA strike, sees Wasserman and Balsam acquiring two projects from Castro: the drama Eileen's Ice and the coming-of-age road drama Cupcake, which will mark the writer's directorial debut.
"Ice" centers on an unorthodox nun who is ordered to take in a troubled teen under house arrest and learns that the two unlikely companions have more in common than she thinks.
Cupcake follows a teen's quest to find the father he never knew with the help of a prostitute named Cupcake.
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