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After bringing Arrested Development back from the dead on Netflix earlier this year, creator Mitch Hurwitz is ready to step into the feature film world. THR reports that Hurwitz will direct the comedy Guinea Pigging for Fox 2000 with Night at the Museum scribes Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant writing the script. The story is based on a 2008 New Yorker article about the world of people who make a living acting as test subjects for drug companies, hospitals, and pharmacies. The script is described as “a sophisticated comedy about a human drug test subject who volunteers for testing at a pharmaceutical company and experiences unusual side effects.” This will mark Hurwitz’s feature directorial debut, though he has directed several episodes of Arrested Development. Though Lennon and Garant have made a living penning more family friendly pics like The Pacifier and Herbie Fully Loaded, the Reno 911! duo have also written »
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It’s not always the actors that are the stars of a film. Sometimes it’s the car. Here’s our list of the 10 most iconic cars in movie history.
Much like in our everyday modern life, cars are a big part of movies. They have created many memorable moments, been a part of many exciting action sequences, and helped to define characters clearly. Cars are much more than just another movie prop. Sometimes they are part of the cast, and others they are the main attraction.
This list commemorates those cars that went above and beyond simple transportation in a film. These are cars that define a particular movie or character. These are cars that, when seen in real life, conjure up images of their movie counterparts. These cars have infiltrated popular culture and become historic icons of both film and motoring.
Top Ten Most Iconic Movie Cars
10. Toretto »
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Jason Bateman will produce and star in the comedy Game Night, about a bunch of couples who get together regularly to play games and one night, something goes awry and they wind up in the middle of a real murder mystery. The writer of the script is Mark Perez, who wrote Disney's The Country Bears and Herbie Fully Loaded. Game Night is said to be in the same vein as Bateman's Horrible Bosses including a big ensemble cast. Bateman stars in Identity Thief, which opens in theaters tomorrow.
Source: Deadline »
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Boy, if there was ever a story titled, .The Most Successful Child Star Ever.... it would probably be about Ron Howard. But somewhere in there, Jason Bateman would be mentioned. And the Arrested Development workhorse has added yet another film to his upcoming roster, and it.s an intriguing one. Deadline reports Bateman will star in Game Night, an ensemble comedy filled with couples whose regular game night turns into a murder mystery, and shit gets real. The film was picked up by New Line Cinema as a pitch from screenwriter Mark Perez, the man who graced audiences with The Country Bears, Herbie Fully Loaded and Accepted. He.s also recently sold two scripts to Sony and Happy Madison, both of which are currently in development. None of those are ensemble comedies, and can barely be considered comedies in the first place, but his script will at least be in »
4 items from 2013
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