Warner Bros. Pictures is setting up a new comedy flick titled "Weekend Warrior" at its pit.
Drawing in a similar premise presented in "Ghostbusters", Warner Bros. Pictures is about to develop a new comedy feature entitled "Weekend Warrior" with Andrew Lazar to produce via his Mad Chance.
The project concerns an armchair home-repair enthusiast with no construction skills who unwittingly becomes the one who fights supernatural forces bent on destroying the world. Names to direct and star have not yet been revealed, but it is reported that Bill Birch, an actor attached to Warner's other flick "Pre-Astronauts", will write the screenplay.
Established in 1926, Warner Bros. Pictures is the main motion picture production arm of Warner Bros. Entertainment, a subsidiary of the Time Warner conglomerate, of which headquarters locate in Burbank, California. The company recently gained huge commercial success through epic saga "300" which so far has collected almost $432 million worldwide.