Rachel Goldberg, recognized for her TV work resembling Resident Evil and American Gods, is making her function directorial debut with The BM, an motion comedy from MarVista Leisure, a division of FOX Leisure.
Written by Household Man stalwarts Shawn Ries and Artie Johann, the story facilities on a younger girl’s determined search for a loo that will get her inadvertently caught up in a weird heist in Los Angeles together with her finest buddy.
The motion comedy is described as being within the vein of Booksmart and Pineapple Specific, looking at what’s takes to be a real buddy amid prison hijinks, all advised over the course of 24 hours within the Metropolis of Angels.
Capturing is slated to begin in September in LA with casting for up-and-coming comediennes about to get underway.
Josh Turner McGuire and Trevor Engelson (TV’s Heathers, FX’s Snowfall) will produce by their Underground banner.
MarVista Leisure will government produce with FOX Leisure International overseeing the worldwide distribution. MarVista’s current tasks embrace romantic comedy Daughter of the Bride, starring Marcia Homosexual Harden and thriller Physique Language, starring Christina Milian and Steven Strait. Mar Vista’s most up-to-date venture, First Time Feminine Director — directed, written, produced and starring Chelsea Peretti — made its world premiere as a highlight title at this yr’s Tribeca Movie Competition.
Goldberg has made a reputation for herself within the style TV house, engaged on exhibits starting from American Horror Story and Veronica Mars to Mayans M.C. and Resident Evil. She is coming off of a stint directing Marvel Studios’ WandaVision spinoff Agatha: Coven of Chaos. Goldberg is repped by Paradigm, Echo Lake and legal professional Eric Feig.
Johann is at the moment a co-executive producer on Household Man and has written for Massive Mouth and the brand new Beavis and Butthead. He’s repped by WME and legal professional Grace Kallis. Ries has written for Household Man and Ryan Hansen Solves Crimes. He’s additionally repped by Grace Kallis.