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“Townies,” a comedy starring Zac Efron, Rose Byrne and Seth Rogen, will be released on May 9, 2014, Universal Pictures announced Monday.
Nicholas Stoller (“The Five-Year Engagement”) will direct the tale of a young couple forced to live next to a fraternity house after the birth of their newborn baby. Stoller also directed “Forgetting Sarah Marshall” and “Get Him to the Greek” for the studio.
It will be the third comedy film to debut on that weekend. Already slotted on that date are Open Road’s “Chef,” written and directed by Jon Favreau, and “Tyler Perry’s Single Mom’s Club” from Lionsgate.
Andrew J.Cohen and Brendan O’Brien teamed on the screenplay. Dave Franco and Lisa Kudrow co-star in the film, produced by Point Grey Pictures.
When Zac Efron hurts, we hurt.
Fortunately, though, the handsome Townies star is on the mend. Thursday on Live With Kelly and Michael, Zac explained he was feeling better after sustaining a painful hand injury last week.
“I broke it a couple days ago on set,” he related, showing Kelly Ripa and guest host Carrie Ann Inaba his very swollen right hand next to his regular-size left one.
The 25-year-old star said the injury occurred “during filming, it was during a stage fight with Dave Franco.”
“I had to go back to work so I couldn’t really wear a cast,” he added. “So they [the medics] put like a titanium plate in it and a bunch of screws.”
“I don’t know why I’m telling you this,” he said. “My hand in theory is back to normal, it just looks really gross.”
Aw. There is nothing gross about that man!
Source: E! Online
Nicholas Stoller, who most recently directed The Five-Year Engagement for Universal, is in negotiations to helm the studio’s planned Seth Rogen-Zac Efron comedy Townies.
Universal picked up the project in a bidding war in July, plunking down seven figures on the pitch from writers Andrew Cohen and Brendan O’Brien.
The story sees Rogen as a regular family man who lives near an alpha-male fraternity house and has to contend with a frat member (Efron) whose raucous behavior wreaks havoc on his life.
Rogen and his Point Grey Pictures partner Evan Goldberg are producing. James Weaver, Cohen and O’Brien are exec producing.
Stoller, considered part of the Judd Apatow crew, seems to have made Universal his home in recent years. He also directed Get Him to the Greek and Forgetting Sarah Marshall for the studio. He first worked with Rogen when the latter co-starred on the short-lived Fox series Undeclared and Stoller wrote a trio of episodes.
Source: Hollywood Reporter