23 May 2012 6:34 AM, PDT | cinemablend.com | See recent Cinema Blend news »

It's been nearly a decade since we've seen Matt LeBlanc in a feature film. His last credited role was Charlie's Angels: Full Throttle. Since then, Friends has wrapped up, his spin-off series Joey premiered and fizzled after two seasons, his hair has taken on a very becoming sort of Clooney-look, and he's made a fairly major comeback on the small screen with a starring character in Showtime's Episodes, a series that earned him the Golden Globe win Friends and Joey never did, despite him being nominated for both. The timing seems right for another attempt at feature film. Variety is reporting that LeBlanc is set to star in the indie comedy Lovesick. Written by King of the Hill's Dean Young, the film will mark the directorial debut of Luke Matheny. It follows Charlie Darby (Leblanc), a man who can't find love because the emotion actually makes him clinically insane. »

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