Warner Bros. Pictures has obtained the spec script "Himelfarb" from writers Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel.
Keeps adding new projects in, Warner Bros. Pictures can now place "Himelfarb" under its wing. The company has successfully secured the project's spec script from first-time feature writers of Jarrad Paul and Andrew Mogel, Variety has reported.
Produced by Donald De Line, pic will be a comedy which tells about an emotionally needy young man who misinterprets the signals on a first date to then follow this girl of his dream to Nebraska and ingratiates himself into every aspect of her life.
Previously wrote for few episodes of Sci-Fi Channel's "Stargate", Paul is better known as an actor and has starred in various features of either small or big screen, the last being Tim Allen's vehicle of "The Shaggy Dog." As for Mogel, the guy has been known to be an assistant camera in a number of projects, mostly TV series like "Popular" and "Miss Match."