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12 Movie Remakes With Gender-Swapped Leads, From ‘His Girl Friday’ to ‘Overboard’ (Photos)

12 Movie Remakes With Gender-Swapped Leads, From ‘His Girl Friday’ to ‘Overboard’ (Photos)
From lady “Ghostbusters” to talk of a female James Bond, Hollywood has taken a shine to remaking classic movies or TV shows with gender-swapped leads as a way of mixing up a tried and true formula. But the trend dates back farther than to just the last few years. The latest example of this is “Overboard” opening Friday, which swaps out Goldie Hawn and Kurt Russell for Eugenio Derbez and Anna Faris. But here are some other movies that looked to remake something old with not just a fresh face but from an entirely different point of view.

His Girl Friday” (1940)

Cary Grant and Rosalind Russell move a mile a minute and have a natural chemistry as reporters Walter Burns and Hildy Johnson in Howard Hawks’s screwball comedy classic “His Girl Friday.” But missing from its source material, both the play and the movie “The Front Page” by playwright Ben Hecht, is the wonderful romantic back and forth between the two because Hildy was originally played by a man.

The Incredible Shrinking Woman” (1981)

The ’50s B-movie “The Incredible Shrinking Man” is already a little campy, but for the reboot, Lily Tomlin took over the lead role and made the sci-fi fantasy a full-on parody.

Overboard” (2018)

Even Jennifer Lopez couldn’t get a remake of Goldie Hawn’s “Overboard” to float. But by swapping the gender roles, Anna Faris and Eugenio Derbez, with Derbez in Hawn’s role and Faris taking the part of the overworked Kurt Russell, they made it work. But the “Overboard” remake is also intended to break racial barriers as well as gender barriers. “This time the Mexican is going to be the millionaire and she’s going to be cleaning the floors,” Derbez told TheWrap.

The Next Karate Kid” (1994)

After three movies featuring Ralph Macchio, Mr. Miyagi took on a new pupil played by Hilary Swank for the 1994 reboot. However, “The Karate Kid” would gender swap back to a boy for the 2010 remake with Jaden Smith.

Herbie Fully Loaded” (2005)

When Disney dusted off “The Love Bug” and found the magical Herbie a new owner, they looked to one of the biggest young stars of the day, Lindsay Lohan. The movie was ridiculous, but Lohan proved to be a regular Danica Patrick.

Last Holiday” (2006)

Though it’s hardly a resemblance after a gap of 56 years between them, the Queen Latifah comedy is actually a remake of a British classic from 1950 starring Alec Guinness.

The Tempest” (2010)

If anyone was going to gender swap Shakespeare, it would be Helen Mirren. She starred as Prospero in Julie Taymor’s sumptuous adaptation of “The Tempest.”

Ghostbusters” (2016)

Ghostbusters” is such a beloved fan favorite that this admirable remake starring the hilarious quartet of Kirsten Wiig, Melissa McCarthy, Kate McKinnon and Leslie Jones received a lot of unfortunate criticism and hate from dudes who didn’t want to see women get the chance to be this funny.

“Ocean’s 8” (2018)

Move over Rat Pack. This summer’s upcoming “Ocean’s 8” has an absolutely stacked cast: Sandra Bullock, Cate Blanchett, Anne Hathaway, Helena Bonham Carter, Mindy Kaling, Sarah Paulson, Rihanna and Awkafina. Most gender-swapped reboots can’t boast this much talent.

“What Men Want” (2019)

The Mel Gibson comedy “What Women Want” is a charming enough movie, but it’s in big need of an update. Taraji P. Henson is starring in the adaptation of the Nancy Meyers story as directed by Adam Shankman.

The Hustle” (2018)

The Hustle” isn’t a remake of the Paul Newman, pool shark movie “The Hustler” (although that sounds like a solid candidate for a gender-swapped reboot too), but of “Dirty Rotten Scoundrels,” with Anne Hathaway and Rebel Wilson taking over the con job from Steve Martin and Michael Caine.

“American Psycho II: All American Girl” (2002)

With Christian Bale definitely not coming back for a sequel, this slapdash sequel to the Bret Easton Ellis cult classic pegged Mila Kunis as an “angrier, deadlier and sexier” killer than even Patrick Bateman. The movie opens with a flashback of Kunis as a little girl being Bateman’s one victim who got away and now took up the serial killer mantle.

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Game Night Movie Review | Let’s Play

Well, I have to tell you that unless you are some kind of a die-hard snob, you will probably find Game Night (2018) far more entertaining than the average board game. Moreover, it is the perfect alternative if you want to persuade your friends to do something different on Saturday night. And if you happen to be a game buff, then this smart crime-thriller-comedy-mystery mash-up is right for you.

In a recent Q&A session on Reddit, the directors of Game Night (who by the way are huge fans of the board games) admitted that they make movies based on their own taste. In other words, they create films that they would love to watch themselves. They like to make the most fun out of this whole filmmaking thing. This is just one of the reasons Game Night turned out to be a huge success in the box-office.

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Angela Robinson to Receive Inaugural Mind the Gap Award

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Angela Robinson earned raves for her depiction of “Wonder Woman’s” origin story in “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women,” and now the writer-director is set to be honored for the biopic. A press release from the California Film Institute announced that Robinson will receive the inaugural Mind the Gap (MtG) Award “for her groundbreaking work” in creating the film.

Inspired by true events, “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” tells the story of “Wonder Woman” creator Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans) and the women who inspired the iconic character: his wife Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall) and the married couple’s lover, Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote). The drama sees William, Elizabeth, and Olive fighting to bring the powerful heroine to the masses — and fighting for their right to have an unconventional relationship despite intense social pressure and judgment.

“I’m really happy that it’s being embraced
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Lff 2017: ‘Professor Marston and the Wonder Women’ Review: Dir. Angela Robinson (2017)

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review: Think you know the story of the creation of Wonder Woman? Think again, as this engrossing tale will lasso you in, rivet and surprise you, right up until to the final frames.

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review by Paul Heath.

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women review

Angela Robinson writes and directs this entertaining, engrossing and strangely eye-opening film, based on true events, surrounding the life of the man behind the creator of Wonder Woman, and his remarkable life in post-World War II America.

The ‘Professor Marston’ of the title is Luke EvansWilliam Moulton Marston, a university professor from Massachusetts, who works alongside his wife Elizabeth Holloway Marston (Rebecca Hall) at the highly prestigious Radcliffe College. It is here where they both meet young student Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote), who would soon become their personal assistant and someone that the
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Trailer Watch: A Throuple Makes Comic Book History in “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women”

“Professor Marston & the Wonder Women

“I’m going to inject my ideas right into the thumping heart of America,” announces esteemed psychologist Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans, “Beauty and the Beast”) in a new trailer for Angela Robinson’s “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women.” He’s convinced that the best and most efficient way to disseminate his views is not through publishing articles in esoteric academic journals but by writing a comic book — one about an Amazon princess who lives on an island of all women, wears a burlesque outfit, and fights Nazis.

“Nobody — and I say this with all the compassion and truth in my heart — nobody will will ever publish this,” his wife and fellow researcher, Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall, “Vicky Christina Barcelona”), is sorry to tell him. Happily for William — and “Wonder Woman” fans around the world — Elizabeth turns out to be wrong.

Inspired by true events, “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” tells the story of “Wonder Woman” creator William and the women who inspired the iconic character: Elizabeth and the married couple’s lover, Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote, “The Man in the High Castle”). William, Elizabeth, and Olive aren’t just fighting to bring an unconventional heroine to the masses — they’re also fighting for their right to have an unconventional relationship despite intense social pressure and judgment.

“Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” follows on the heels of the release of Patty Jenkins’ “Wonder Woman,” which has now grossed over $821 million worldwide, making the blockbuster the highest-grossing live-action film ever helmed by a woman.

Robinson most recently worked on the Shondaland series “How to Get Away with Murder” as a consulting producer. Her other credits include “True Blood,” “The L Word,” “Herbie Fully Loaded,” and “D.E.B.S.

“Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival last month to strong reviews. The biopic opens in theaters this Friday, October 13.

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Angela Robinson to Co-Adapt “Strangers in Paradise” with Its Creator

An issue of “Strangers in Paradise”

Angela Robinson’s “Professor Marston and the Wonder Women” made its world premiere at the Toronto International Film Festival less than a week ago, and the writer-director has already announced her next project. A press release revealed that she’s teaming up with cartoonist Terry Moore to adapt his long-running, award-winning graphic novel series “Strangers in Paradise” for the big screen.

The story centers on “Katchoo, a beautiful young woman living a quiet life with everything going for her. She’s smart, independent, and very much in love with her best friend, Francine. Then Katchoo meets David, a gentle but persistent young man who is determined to win Katchoo’s heart. The resulting love triangle is a touching comedy of romantic errors until Katchoo’s former employer comes looking for her and $850,000 in missing mob money,” the press release details. “As her idyllic life begins to fall apart, Katchoo discovers no one can be trusted and that the past she thought she left behind now threatens to destroy her and everything she loves, including Francine.”

“I’ve been wanting to adapt Strangers in Paradise for over a decade, since the first time I read it and couldn’t put it down,” Robinson said in a statement. “Terry Moore writes real female characters with such breathtaking sensitivity. With ‘Strangers in Paradise’ he pulls off the nearly impossible — a sexy, stylish crime story with tons of heart. I look forward to our collaboration!”

Moore added, “Angela and I have known each other for years and I greatly admire her creative vision. From Day One our common goal was to bring ‘Strangers in Paradise’ to the screen. It’s a complex story that took years to write and Angela gets it on every level. I can’t wait to get started!”

While the press release doesn’t specify, it seems likely that Robinson and Moore will co-write the screenplay and the former will direct.

Professor Marston and the Wonder Women” hits theaters October 13. Inspired by true events, the film tells the story of “Wonder Woman” creator Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans, “Beauty and the Beast”) and the women who inspired the iconic character: his wife, Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall, “Vicky Christina Barcelona”), and lover, Olive Byrne (Bella Heathcote, “Man in the High Castle”). The biopic traces their polyamorous relationship and the role it played in “Wonder Woman’s” creation and reception.

“I came at this from the starting point of being a Wonder Woman fan,” Robinson has said of the project. “It was really important for me to tell the story of the Marstons and also honor and respect the character that they actually created.” She explained, “To me it was always a love story. I did a ton of research and I thought about the Marstons so much. And at the end I just tried to make a film about three people falling in love and I wanted you to feel like you feel when you fall in love.”

Robinson’s previous credits include “How to Get Away with Murder,” “The L Word,” and “Herbie Fully Loaded.”

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Trailer Watch: Learn the Story Behind Diana Prince in “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women”

“Professor Marston & The Wonder Women

Wonder Woman” has now grossed over $765 million worldwide, making the Patty Jenkins-directed blockbuster the highest-grossing live-action film ever helmed by a woman. For many, Diana Prince’s origin story served as an introduction to the Wonder Woman character. Others were already familiar with the beloved comic book heroine. But few know the controversial story behind her creation. Inspired by true events, Angela Robinson’s “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” tells the story of “Wonder Woman” creator Dr. William Moulton Marston (Luke Evans, “Beauty and the Beast”) and the women who inspired the iconic character: his wife, Elizabeth (Rebecca Hall, “Vicky Christina Barcelona”), and lover, Olive Byrne (Bella Hathcote, “Man in the High Castle”).

“I think you long for an unconventional life,” Olive tells Elizabeth in a newly released trailer for the drama. And it’s clear that all three of the film’s protagonists desire just that — but realize that defying the norm, be it professionally or personally, carries a heavy toll. We see Marston reprimanded by a colleague (Connie Britton, “Nashville”) who says that “Every issue of ‘Wonder Woman’ is filled with violence, torture, and sadomasochism.” And as for the romance between Marston, Olive, and Elizabeth, the latter seems to think “it can never happen” because “the world won’t let it.”

Robinson most recently worked on the Shondaland series “How to Get Away with Murder” as a consulting producer. Her other credits include “True Blood,” “The L Word,” “Herbie Fully Loaded,” and “D.E.B.S.

Check out the trailer to hear Olive’s take on why “a woman must not be told how to use her freedom.”

“Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” opens October 27.

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‘Professor Marston & The Wonder Women’ Teaser: Discover the Real Origin Story of Wonder Woman

Wonder Women” is currently basking in the glory of its $100.5 million debut weekend, proving it shouldn’t have taken 75 years for the superhero to make her first standalone trip to the big screen. While critics and audiences continue to embrace Patty Jenkins’ superhero movie, Annapurna Pictures are getting ready to introduce the real origin story of Wonder Woman in the upcoming drama “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women.”

Read More: ‘Wonder Woman’: What Does One Great Female Superhero Mean For the Future of the Genre?

From director Angela Robinson, “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women” tells the true story of Dr. William Moulton Marston, whose relationships with his wife Elizabeth and domestic partner Olive Byrne led to the creation of the iconic superhero in 1941. Luke Evans, Rebecca Hall and Bella Heathcoate are playing the three lead characters, while Frank L. Ridley, Connie Britton and Oliver Platt will take on supporting roles.
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Wonder Woman Creator Biopic in the Works With Luke Evans and Rebecca Hall

Wonder Woman Creator Biopic in the Works With Luke Evans and Rebecca Hall
DC Comic’s iconic female superhero Wonder Woman has been generating buzz with the upcoming Gal Gadot-starring film due out next year. Then last week, Greg Rucka, writer of the reborn Wonder Woman comics revealed that the heroine is bisexual. But now, the story of Diana Prince’s creator is getting the spotlight in the upcoming indie drama “Professor Marston & The Wonder Women.”

Per Deadline, Sony Pictures Worldwide Acquisitions has acquired the worldwide rights from Topple Productions and Boxspring Entertainment. Directed and written by Angela Robinson, the film stars Luke Evans as Dr. William Moulton Marston, a Harvard psychologist and inventor who created Wonder Woman in 1941. Rebecca Hall will portray his wife Elizabeth, also a psychologist and inventor, and Bella Heathcote will play Olive Byrne, a former student of Marston’s and who also shared a polyamorous relationship with the couple.

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Thor: Rangarok To Get Score From The Lego Movie's Mark Mothersbaugh

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It looks like Thor: Ragnarok, the third film in the Thor franchise has found its composer. According to TheWrap, the folks over at Marvel have hired Mark Mothersbaugh to take on the job. While not a household name, Mothersbaugh has a great deal of experience in Hollywood, and his score include that of The Lego Movie, 21 Jump Street, The Royal Tenenbaums, and of course, Herbie Fully Loaded, among countless other films and creative projects. The composer is also notable as the lead singer, co-founder, and keyboardist for the New Wave band Devo, which remains active today. Thor: Ragnarok marks Mothersbaugh's first Marvel film.

Admittedly, I haven't been completely thrilled by what Marvel has had to offer moviegoers on the musical front. Their Cinematic Universe is a franchise that begs to have several amazing themes throughout, but instead, when all said and done, the only memorable composition from
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Watch: The First 'Monster Trucks' Trailer Is Basically 'Herbie Fully Loaded' with Adorable Creatures

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Randomly stumbling across Herbie Fully Loaded on TV the other day, a few things stood out. First, how delightful Lindsay Lohan and Justin Long were as fresh-faced teenagers. Second, just how dang charming the Herbie movies were. There's something about teens and a magical car with a mind of its own that just plain works. That formula is also why everything with Sam and Bumblebee is the best part of the first Transformers movie. Now that the first trailer for Monster Trucks is here, it...

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First 'Monster Trucks' Trailer Is Basically 'Herbie Fully Loaded' With Adorable Creatures

Randomly stumbling across Herbie Fully Loaded on TV the other day, a few things stood out. First, how delightful Lindsay Lohan and Justin Long were as fresh-faced teenagers. Second, just how dang charming the Herbie movies were. There's something about teens and a magical car with a mind of its own that just plain works. That formula is also why everything with Sam and Bumblebee is the best part of the first Transformers movie. Now that the first trailer for Monster Trucks is here, it looks like Hollywood has found the spiritual successor to the Herbie franchise. It also looks like the title is surprisingly literal. It's about a teen whose old beat-up truck gets infested with a monster. But that's not a bad thing. The monster is super cute and apparently gets a kick...

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6 of Lindsay Lohan's On-Screen Love Interests We Secretly Want Her to End Up With

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6 of Lindsay Lohan's On-Screen Love Interests We Secretly Want Her to End Up With
Despite reports claiming that Lindsay Lohan's boyfriend of seven months, Russian business heir Egor Tarabasov, had popped the question this weekend, People has confirmed these rumors are false. And, honestly, we're a little bit relieved. While we would have been happy for Lohan, we did have some other people in mind for her … namely, six of her charismatic co-stars. That's right. We continue to not-so-secretly ship her with the following people. 1. Jonathan Bennett, a.k.a. Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls The chemistry here is undeniable. Also … Bennett's eyebrows are perfection. 2. Chad Michael Murray, a.k.a. Jake in
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6 of Lindsay Lohan's On-Screen Love Interests We Secretly Want Her to End Up With

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6 of Lindsay Lohan's On-Screen Love Interests We Secretly Want Her to End Up With
Despite reports claiming that Lindsay Lohan's boyfriend of seven months, Russian business heir Egor Tarabasov, had popped the question this weekend, People has confirmed these rumors are false. And, honestly, we're a little bit relieved. While we would have been happy for Lohan, we did have some other people in mind for her … namely, six of her charismatic co-stars. That's right. We continue to not-so-secretly ship her with the following people. 1. Jonathan Bennett, a.k.a. Aaron Samuels in Mean Girls The chemistry here is undeniable. Also … Bennett's eyebrows are perfection. 2. Chad Michael Murray, a.k.a. Jake in
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Universal Lands Action-Comedy Pitch ‘The Revenger’ Starring Liam Neeson

Universal Lands Action-Comedy Pitch ‘The Revenger’ Starring Liam Neeson
Universal Pictures Pictures has acquired the action-comedy pitch “The Revenger,” from Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant with Ruben Fleischer attached to direct and Liam Neeson set to star.

Scott Stuber and Dylan Clark will produce for their Universal-based Bluegrass Films banner alongside Fleischer and producing partner David Bernad for The District.

The logline is being kept under wraps.

Neeson most recently starred in “Taken 3” and Warner Bros.’ “Run All Night” and can next be seen in Martin Scorsese’s “Silence” and Focus’ “A Monster Calls.” He is repped by CAA and attorney Mark Stankevich.

Lennon and Garant have written films in the “Night at the Museum” franchise, “Hell Baby,” “Herbie Fully Loaded,” “The Pacifier,” and Comedy Central’s “Reno 911.” They are repped by UTA, Principato-Young and Jackoway Tyerman Wertheimer Austen Mandelbaum Morris & Klein.

Bluegrass Films most recently produced “Ted 2” and has a handful of films bowing in
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Lindsay Lohan's Idea For A Grown-Up 'Mean Girls' Sequel

Lindsay Lohan's Idea For A Grown-Up 'Mean Girls' Sequel
The star shared her ideas on how a good 'Mean Girls' sequel could be made.

Did you love the classic 2004 teen comedy Mean Girls? Of course you did, you're only human. Well, it turns out that Lindsay Lohan really loved that movie too.

It's not really a big surprise, when you think about it. Mean Girls was the high water mark in her cinematic career (up to this point. Who knows where it will go in the future?). After Mean Girls we got Herbie Fully Loaded, I Know Who Killed Me, The Canyons, and those are actually the highlights.

News: Lindsay Lohan Offered $1 Million Book Deal

In an interview with TimeOut London - in which Lindsay was promoting her theatrical debut in the David Mamet play Speed-The-Plow on London's West End– the 28-year-old actress was asked how she felt about Mean Girls having come out 10 years ago.

"People really love the movie: how do you
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16 different ways that films make money

Box office is one way a film makes its cash: but what are the others?

I know you’ll have noticed this by now, but it’s definitely called show business for a reason. It’s not show show art, show entertainment or even show exhibitionist impulse. Unless movies make money, the money to make movies would dry up pretty quickly. But where does this money come from?

Actually, that’s an easy one. It comes, almost entirely, from you and me and people like us. The real question should be how does this money get from our back pockets and into the coffers of the big movie studios.

Some of the pathways are incredibly obvious, some perhaps a little less so. Let’s take a look at 16 of the ways that movies make money.

1. Ticket sales

I had just started working in a cinema when Jurassic Park was released.
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Which Lindsay Lohan Character Are You?

Lindsay Lohan has played a wide range of characters throughout her 16-year career, from polar opposite twins in The Parent Trap to a race car driver with a secret in Herbie Fully Loaded to a nerd-turned-Queen Bee in Mean Girls. Though all of Lohan's characters have had quotable moments, everyone has a favorite. Take our quiz to find out which role fits you best - and to find out what color you wear on Wednesdays.
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Watch Lindsay Lohan Wreck a Car Over 'How I Met Your Mother' Ending

Watch Lindsay Lohan Wreck a Car Over 'How I Met Your Mother' Ending
Lindsay Lohan wrecking a car is nothing new, but this time she's doing it on purpose. In an appearance on Fuse's Billy on the Street, she and host Billy Eichner destroy a beige-ish station wagon to express their outrage that How I Met Your Mother is ending its run after a mere nine seasons on March 31st. "It's actually my favorite show," Lohan said in quasi-mock outrage. "I'm really fucking pissed [that it's ending], it's too soon."

HIMYMania: The 30 Best 'How I Met Your Mother Moments'

Lohan and Eichner expressed their anger
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Arrested Development Creator Mitch Hurwitz to Direct Comedy Guinea Pigging

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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