New Line Cinema has picked up duo John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky to rewrite the scripts of "Leisureworld."
New Line Cinema takes "Leisureworld" into new direction. The company has appointed duo John Altschuler and Dave Krinsky to rewrite the film's script after pushing aside the original one penned by Jason and Justin Heimberg also Jeff Sank.
Produced by Bob Cooper through his Landscape Entertainment, "Leisureworld" takes focus on a man who leaves his rough life in New York and moves to Florida retirement home to find peace. Instead of finding kind and harmless old people, he shockingly discovers the home to be akin to high school for seniors filled by sex, drugs, and peer pressure.
For both Altschuler and Krinsky, "Leisureworld" is the second big screen project they write together after "Blades of Glory" which has been scheduled to come up on theatres later this year. The two previously teamed up to pen TV series "The High Life" and "King of the Hill."