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5/7 leads cast for ABC's '1/4life'

24 October 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Rachel Blanchard, Jacob Pitts, Shiri Appleby and Merritt Wever and newcomer Reggie Austin have been cast in 1/4life, Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick's new ensemble drama for ABC. The Touchstone TV project from the thirtysomething creators revolves around seven twentysomething friends who live under the same roof. Blanchard, Pitts, Appleby, Wever and Austin will play five of the seven friends on the show, which has received a pilot order with a hefty series penalty behind it. Herskovitz and Zwick penned the pilot for the drama, which examines the period of transition that comes after a person graduates from college and has to come to grips with life in the real world. »

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Herskovitz, Zwick pocket ABC's '1/4life'

16 September 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Seventeen years after making their mark as TV dramatists with thirtysomething, Marshall Herskovitz and Ed Zwick are venturing into the world of twentysomethings with 1/4life, a new ensemble drama for ABC and Touchstone TV. ABC has given the project a pilot order with a hefty series penalty behind it. The decision to give it the green light in September is in keeping with ABC primetime entertainment president Stephen McPherson's goal of breaking out of the traditional winter pilot season rat race and moving forward with development projects as soon as they're ready for the pilot stage. And once ABC brass read the script for 1/4life, which revolves around seven twentysomething friends who live under the same roof, "we knew we had to make it," McPherson said. »

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Haggis takes 'Honeymoon' with New Line

25 June 2004 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Television writer-producer Paul Haggis, who wrote Million Dollar Baby, the film that Clint Eastwood is currently shooting, is diving back into the feature film world. Haggis will adapt Honeymoon With Harry, Bart Baker's unpublished novel that New Line Cinema picked up in April. Haggis also might direct. Honeymoon centers on a self-destructive recovering womanizer who loses his fiancee in a car crash two days before their wedding and ends up going on his honeymoon with the fiancee's father, who detests him, so they can scatter her ashes. The novel is described as a drama with comedic elements. Mike Karz is producing through his Karz Entertainment banner, while the company's Russell Hollander is executive producing. Toby Emmerich, Cale Boyter and Magnus Kim are overseeing for New Line. Haggis won an Emmy writing thirtysomething and went on to create Walker, Texas Ranger, Due South and EZ Streets. He also will serve as one of the producers of Harry. Haggis is repped by CAA, Larry Becsey of Becsey/Wisdom/Kalajian and attorney Peter Dekom. »

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