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Sims' world grows with two film roles

4 December 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

NEW YORK -- Las Vegas star Molly Sims has landed roles in two big-screen comedies: Peyton Reed's Yes Man, opposite Jim Carrey, and Harald Zwart's Pink Panther 2, starring Steve Martin.

In Yes, Carrey plays a man who decides to say "yes" to every request and opportunity that comes his way. Sims plays the ex-wife he can't get out of his head. Zooey Deschanel and Bradley Cooper co-star in the Warner Bros./Village Roadshow film.

In Panther, Sims plays a news anchor who chronicles the misadventures of Martin's bumbling Inspector Jacques Clouseau. Emily Mortimer, Andy Garcia and Alfred Molina also appear in the Columbia/MGM production.

Aside from NBC's Vegas, the former model has appeared in Starsky & Hutch and The Benchwarmers.

She is repped by WMA and Untitled Entertainment. »

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'Change' pilot good for ABC

23 October 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Starsky & Hutch director Todd Phillips will make his TV debut with ABC's comedy pilot The More Things Change ..., from writer Allan Loeb.

The network on Monday greenlighted the single-camera project about a quartet of male friends. It is produced by Regency TV.

"It's about male friendship and how it endures and survives through change," Loeb said.

Loeb penned the script on spec while working with Phillips on Men, a comedy feature in the works at Warner Bros. that Loeb penned and Phillips is on board to direct. The movie centers on a man and his wife's lover who become roommates.

"Todd and I loved exploring the idea of male friendship," Loeb said. He showed the Change script to Phillips, who responded to it and made a few suggestions that Loeb incorporated.

Change was taken to the networks 10 days ago and landed bids from ABC, NBC and Fox. It went to ABC after Loeb and Phillips met with all three nets.

This fall, ABC introduced two shows centered on the friendship of four guys: the single-camera comedy Carpoolers and the one-hour dramedy Big Shots.

Change, which is eyed to shoot in December, is being exec produced by Loeb and Steven Pearl through their production company Scarlet Fire and by Phillips through his Green Hat Films. »

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Par Vantage is spilling 'Ink' for horror film spec

20 April 2007 | The Hollywood Reporter | See recent The Hollywood Reporter news »

Paramount Vantage is venturing into the world of horror.

The specialty division of Paramount Pictures has acquired Harris Wilkinson's horror spec Ink for low- against mid-six figures.

Set in the world of tattoo artistry, the high-concept story line is being kept under wraps. But Vantage head of production and acquisitions Amy Israel promised an "original take on the horror genre (that) is hugely exciting."

The script is out to directors.

Alan and Peter Riche (Starsky & Hutch) of Riche Prods. will produce in association with Mandalay Independent Pictures, which is headed by Crash producer Cathy Schulman.

Wilkinson, who most recently penned Stir of Echoes: The Dead Speak for Lionsgate, sold Bone Canyon to New Line Cinema and penned a rewrite of the thriller Awake, which is in development at Universal Pictures.

He is repped by Justin Silvera at New Wave Entertainment and attorney Rob Szymanski at Eclipse Law.


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