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Dis plucks Braff for 'Chicken'

11 December 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Scrubs star Zach Braff -- whose directorial debut, Garden State, recently got picked for the main competition at the upcoming Sundance Film Festival -- has inked to voice the title character in the Walt Disney Co.'s animated Chicken Little for director Mark Dindal (The Emperor's New Groove). Expected to join him as part of the voice talent are Joan Cusack, Steve Zahn, Amy Sedaris, Don Knotts, Katie Finneran and Garry Marshall, sources said. Braff's casting marks a change in gender of the title character as Chicken Little was originally envisioned to be a female character but now will be male. The story centers on Chicken Little's wildly active imagination and tendency to overreact. He causes an uproar in his town when he pronounces that "the sky is falling down," which winds up getting him shipped off to a special camp where he meets other animals with challenges of their own. Other roles are expected to see Cusack as the ugly duckling, Zahn as a big pig named Runt, Sedaris as Foxy Loxy, Finneran as Foxy's sidekick Goosey Lucy, Knotts as Turkey Mayor and Marshall as Father. Braff is repped by CAA and Industry Entertainment. »

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Fernandez scripts deal at Camelot

27 October 2003 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Writer Craig Fernandez has signed a deal with Camelot Pictures to write two pictures, the second of which will be his directorial debut. Sensibilidad is a contemporary adaptation of Jane Austen's Sense and Sensibility, focusing on a modern Mexican family in Los Angeles. Fernandez will direct from his script, with Camelot's Gary Gilbert and Dan Halsted producing. The project, budgeted at $2 million, is being fully financed by Camelot just like their Zach Braff-directed Garden State, which stars Braff and Natalie Portman. Camelot is looking at a March start date with casting under way. »

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