She came up from the world of South Park, distinguishing herself with comedies like Hamlet 2 and Team America: World Police. Her greatest achievement in the eyes of many fans, however, is her script for Hot Rod. Brady unsurprisingly wrote it as a starring vehicle for Will Ferrell, and the comedian's DNA is just about all over this thing.
Despite its dark premise, it looked like Term Life was angling for comedy, as Universal Pictures had Couples Retreat director Peter Billingsley attached to helm. However, following some shakeups in the studio's management, it appears Universal has lost faith in Term Life, denying it a green light.
One of the funniest scenes in recent memory, and in a movie that almost nobody saw, was the opening credits of Duplicity, a spy comedy starring Julia Roberts and Clive Owen, but opening on a slow-motion fistfight between Tom Wilkinson and Paul Giamatti, playing two titans of industry who were sick of each others' shit.
Vaughn will star as an American businessman who experiences a world of hijinks and craziness while on a flight to Europe. Dave Franco also stars, and “supporting roles” is the only description that Frost and Marsden’s involvement gets.
Scott has entered into talks with New Regency to helm the Vaughn-fronted Business Trip. Though the comedy's logline is currently being kept secret (we assume it will involve travel and business of some kind), we do know the script has been written by Steve Conrad...
The screenplay was written by Steve Conrad, most famous for penning 2006’s feel-good biography The Pursuit of Happyness, and he also wrote 2005’s Nic Cage dramedy The Weather Man.
A strong marriage is based on support. If one member of a couple wishes to do something and it is within the realm of possibility for their partner to help, then it makes sense that said partner would.