2 items from 2007
- When I think of what the Sundance labs might signify for those lucky enough to have their projects participate what comes to mind are the numerous other projects that were first birthed there. In the fresh aired Sundance Resort in Utah, projects that came are (and what a cool sampling) Hany Abu-Assad (Paradise Now), Miranda July (Me And You And Everyone We Know), Josh Marston (Maria Full Of Grace), Debra Granik (Down To The Bone), Kimberly Peirce (Boys Don’T Cry), Paul Thomas Anderson (Hard Eight), (Three Seasons), John Cameron Mitchell (Hedwig And The Angry Inch), Darren Aronofsky (Requiem For A Dream), Tamara Jenkins (Slums Of Beverly Hills), Nicole Holofcener (Walking And Talking), Walter Salles (Central Station), Quentin Tarantino (Reservoir Dogs) and the list does indeed go on. This June, the Sundance Institute have announced the lucky 13 that will shack up for some hardcore lab work. The directors and »
The Numbers star will write and topline Attorneys at Raw for Universal and Apatow Prods. He also has signed on to co-star in Columbia's John C. Reilly comedy vehicle Walk Hard, which Apatow also is producing.
Based on Krumholtz's pitch, Attorneys is described as a comedy that focuses on two young attorneys who decide they want to become rappers.
Universal's Holly Bario is overseeing the project for the studio.
Meanwhile, Krumholtz will play a slippery record producer in Walk Hard, which chronicles the messy life of fictional music legend Dewey Cox (Reilly). Jake Kasdan is directing from a screenplay he penned with Apatow. Jenna Fischer and Kristen Wiig also star.
He is repped by the Gersh Agency, the Collective and attorney Warren Dern. »
2 items from 2007
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