Miles Teller And Analeigh Tipton To Lead Romantic Comedy Two Night Stand

It's been a really good week for Black List scripts. While one would think that the most popular unproduced screenplays in Hollywood would have no problem flying off the shelf, yesterday alone saw the casting of both Bill Murray and Russell Brand in two separate Black List script projects, St. Vincent De Van Nuys and Pierre Pierre. And today we learn that a third project previously on the annual list has found its cast as well.

Miles Teller and Analeigh Tipton are on-board to star in Two Night Stand, a new romantic comedy, according to Variety. The project is being helmed by Max Nichols, who will be making his feature directing debut, but is best known for his work on music videos for artists such as the Welsh heavy metal band Bullet for My Valentine (he also happens to be the son of Oscar-winning filmmaker Mike Nichols). The script was written by Mark Hammer and is about a couple who sleep together one night and immediately regret it the next morning. The problem, however, is that a record-breaking blizzard has moved into town, preventing either one of them from leaving the apartment and forcing them to deal with what they did.

Tipton is perhaps best known for her role as Sandee on the short-lived HBO series Hung, but she also had roles in movies such as Crazy, Stupid, Love and The Green Hornet. She has wrapped production on two upcoming projects, including the Tenney Fairchild written/directed film Buttwhistle and Jonathan Levine's zombie romance Warm Bodies. Teller, meanwhile, is seeing his career quickly come together as well. After playing a role alongisde Nicole Kidman and Aaron Eckhart in 2010's Rabbit Hole, Teller got the chance to stand out as the best part of Craig Brewer's Footloose remake and even played a version of himself in Project X earlier this year. In the past few months he wrapped production on the comedy Get A Job with Christopher Mintz-Plasse, Bryan Cranston and Nicholas Braun, as well as 21 and Over, the new comedy from The Hangover creators Scott Moore and Jon Lucas.

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