Dr. Wordsmith wrote:Or at least tell us how big the honorable Mr. Arnett's part is?
Kiarnit wrote:Dr. Wordsmith wrote:Or at least tell us how big the honorable Mr. Arnett's part is?
I can't tell you how many poorly chosen words there are in that sentence.
I'm sorry, I'm sorry, I've been living with my housemate who intentionally makes terrible puns for over a decade now, and I can't turn my pun-detector off.
would this be the movie he's doing with that dax shepard guy?
Gobby wrote:As for the Dax Shepard, first time I'm hearing about it.
Carsey-Werner Films and Strike Entertainment are facing jail time, partnering on buddy comedy "You Are Going to Prison."
Bob OdenkirkBob Odenkirk will direct Dax ShepardDax Shepard and Will Arnett in the tale of a career criminal and an entitled rich guy stuck together in a maximum-security prison cell.
Team of Robert Ben GarantRobert Ben Garant and Thomas LennonThomas Lennon ("The Pacifier") along with Michael Patrick Jann ("Drop Dead Gorgeous""Drop Dead Gorgeous") penned the script.
CW Films will finance the project, which has been in development by Strike principal Marc AbrahamMarc Abraham for more than seven years after Paul YoungPaul Young optioned the rights to James Hogshire's irreverent how-to book about avoiding prison and minimizing the problems if incarcerated. Principal photography is set to begin later this month at Joliet Prison near Chicago.
Pic will be produced by Abraham, Young and CW Films prexyprexy Matt BerensonMatt Berenson. Marcy CarseyMarcy Carsey, Tom WernerTom Werner, Caryn MandabachCaryn Mandabach and Armyan BernsteinArmyan Bernstein exec produce.
"After trying for a while, I have finally succeeded in going to prison," Abraham quipped. "Prison" appeals to "the holy grail of demographics -- young males and, in this case, young demented males."
"Prison" is the first greenlit project to emerge from the CW Films banner. SitcomSitcom specialists Carsey, Werner and Mandabach formed the shingleshingle in late 2002 and signed a three-year first-lookfirst-look deal with Paramount to produce comedies via split financing; Mandabach departed from the partnership last year.
Strike's deal is at Universal. Abraham's producing credits include "Spy Game," "Bring It On""Bring It On" and "The Rundown."
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