Warner Bros. Pictures will make a comedy about animal training based on Mike Lisbe and Nate Reger's script.
Still eager to evoke more laughs in theaters, Warner Bros. Pictures is aiming to develop an untitled comedic feature following its preemptive successful venture in obtaining the film's rights from writing duo Mike Lisbe and Nate Reger.
Set in the world of wild animal training, the project focuses on the rivalry between the world's greatest animal trainer and his embittered former assistant. Names attached to star and direct have not yet been revealed, but it is said that Lisbe and Reger will also serve as the flick's executive producers.
Both a longtime collaborator to each other, Lisbe and Reger has been working together in a number of TV shows that included "Just Shoot Me", "The Random Years", and "A Minute with Stan Hooper." The pair recently had another comedic pitch of theirs namely "Space Invader" sold to Fox Atomic which will set it up with Will Arnett starring.