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Ken Kwapis is not a director that we pay attention to much, mostly because his filmography is just a bit out of our demographic. Back in the 90s, he directed the orangutan comedy Dunston Checks In, and more recently helmed lighthearted fare like The Sisterhood of the Travelling Pants, License to Wed, He's Just Not That Into You, and Big Miracle. But his next project sounds like a big departure for the filmmaker, as Deadline reports that he's writing and directing an adaptation of Diana Wagman's novel The Care and Feeding of Exotic Pets. It's a kidnapping story with a twist involving a seven foot long iguana. Read on! The story follows Winnie Parker, a normal woman with a teenage daughter and an ex-husband who hosts a game show. One day, she's kidnapped and taken to the kidnapper's home, which is kept in tropical heat because of Cookie, a »

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