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Hughley lodging at NBC, 'Solvang'

4 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

After going to the suburbs with his series The Hughleys, comedian D.L. Hughley is headed for California's wine country for his next series project. Hughley is in negotiations with NBC for a development deal to co-write, executive produce and star in Solvang, a comedy for NBC Studios described to be in the vein of Green Acres. The project centers on a black city guy who moves to a farm in the Central Coast town of Solvang with his family and his Latina caretaker and her family and opens a bed-and-breakfast. Hughley is writing the script with Donick Cary (Fox's The Simpsons), who will also executive produce with Hughley. Hughley's semiauthobiographical series The Hughleys bowed out in May after four seasons -- two on ABC and two on UPN. It also earned the comedian four Image Award nominations. On the big screen, he starred in The Brothers and Spike Lee's The Original Kings of Comedy. Cary's credits include CBS' Late Show With David Letterman and NBC's Just Shoot Me. Hughley and Cary are repped by CAA. Hughley is additionally repped by 3 Arts Entertainment and attorney Jim Jackoway. »

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Erskin has mind on Fox 'Vacation'

3 October 2002 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Music video director Christopher Erskin is in negotiations to make his feature helming debut by directing Cedric the Entertainer in the road comedy Johnson Family Vacation for Fox Searchlight Pictures. A February start is being eyed for the project, which centers on the comedic misadventures of a man (Cedric the Entertainer) and his dysfunctional family as they desperately make their way cross-country to their annual family reunion in Texas. The project marks Cedric the Entertainer's first starring role in a feature, following such recent successes as MGM's Barbershop and The Original Kings of Comedy. »

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