Some of you hate him, I absolutely love him, but either way he’s now one of “us”.
Comedy actor/writer Jonah Hill (Superbad, Get Him to the Greek) is mulling an offer to make his debut as a helmer with the sci-fi horror project The Kitchen Sink, writes the Hollywood Reporter.
Written by Oren Uziel, the story sees teenagers of the zombies and vampire variety who must all band together and suppress their urge to kill each other long enough to repel an alien invasion.
The project is being produced by former Columbia Pictures production chief Matt Tolmach and was the first project he acquired using his discretionary fund in late January. The project is now set up at Sony.
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