"South Park" Creators to Handle Live-Action Features



Trey Parker and Matt Stone, the creative mind behind animated series of "South Park", will make two live-action films entitled "My All-American" and "Giant Monsters Attack Japan!" for Paramount.

Taking new direction in show business, "South Park" creators Trey Parker and Matt Stone are set to make two live-action movies at Paramount.

The projects, entitled "My All-American" and "Giant Monsters Attack Japan!", both will be produced by the duo who are also attached to work on the scripts with the writers. In the meantime, Parker will carry out directing work for both of the movies.

Aiming for a 2007 production start, Parker and Stone will first do "American", a high school comedy scripted by Jeff Roda before follow it up with "Giant Monsters." The latter one is intended to be a combination work of live-action with the rubber suit techniques popularized by Japanese features like "Gojira."

© AceShowbiz.com


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