Fox Acquires Damon Wayans Jr. Comedy

Originally posted on Variety:

Fox has landed “Man/Child,” a project from Damon Wayans Jr. with a pilot production commitment.

Comedy centers on two single dads who move in together and struggle to find the balance between being responsible parents and debaucherous bachelor.

“Wilfred” showrunners Reed Agnew and Eli Jorne will pen and exec produce “Man/Child,” with Wayans Jr. also exec producing.  “Modern Family” helmer Jason Winer will direct “Man/Child” and also receive an exec producer credit.

20th Century Fox TV and Small Dog Picture Company will produce the pilot.

“Man/Child” marks one of Wayans Jr.’s first forays behind the camera. The thesp, who hails from the comedic powerhouse Wayans family, appeared in Fox’s “New Girl” pilot before ankling the show and taking on a lead character on ABC’s “Happy Endings.” “Happy Endings” was cancelled after three seasons by ABC earlier this year.

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More On Michael: The Last Photo Shoots Documentary

Originally posted on ALL THINGS MICHAEL! ♥:

Source: China.org.cn


Noval Williams Films LLC announced the production of a series of newsworthy and informative documentaries about Michael Jackson and the completion of principal photography and post-production on the first documentary of the series entitled “Michael: The Last Photo Shoots”. 

“Michael: The Last Photo Shoots” is written and directed by Craig Williams, executive produced by Victorino Noval, Jr. (Black Dog Red Dog and Tar) and Anna Garcia and produced by Craig Williams (who has composed and produced music for clients from Tupac Shakur to The Oprah Winfrey Show) and Raymond J. Markovich (High School and Demoted).

“We have applied to the Sundance Film Festival,” producer Raymond J. Markovich told China.org.cn, “We also plan to license all 3 documentaries for broadcast and/or DVD in China. However, at present, we are just dealing with licensing offers from the U.S. and Germany.”

Director Craig Williams expects the US initial TV broadcast to be…

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