Studio 20th Century Fox has decided to open a new name to the world of cinema. The Hollywood Reporter reports that the Hollywood company has acquired a script application for the comedy Turned On from aspiring author Charlie Kessling, who is currently an assistant presenter on the popular American TV show Very Late Show with James Corden "( The Late Late Show with James Corden ).|
The main character of the tape will be a gifted inventor, but completely not adapted to life in modern society. One day she decides to create her own robotic copy, which could replace her in especially awkward situations. An ingenious plan goes to waste when an android girl suddenly becomes aware of her own "I" ...
Fox management hopes that Kesslering's script will be able to interest Hollywood's most famous comedic actresses.
Paul Fig will be involved in producing the film. Insiders still find it difficult to say whether the director of "Cops in Skirts" and the new "Ghostbusters" is tempted to sit in the director's chair of the comedy.
The project will be curated by Dan Magnante, who has already collaborated with Fig on the Spy film.
The Topic of Article: A copy is better than the original.