Columbia Pictures will make a working girl movie based on script by "Dan in Real Life" scribe Pierce Gardner.
Giving attention to working girl theme, Columbia Pictures is about to spark a new feature concerning such topic from the script written by Pierce Gardner of which rights it has satisfyingly obtained.
Intended to be a comedy movie, the project concerns a divorced mother who is lost at her new job until she realizes that her experience dealing with spoiled toddlers gives her exactly the tools she needs to deal with spoiled executives. Names to helm and star have not yet been revealed, but it is informed that Neal H. Moritz will serve as the producer.
Gardner, who marked his writing debut in the 2000 horror thriller "Lost Souls", took his second stint in the upcoming "Dan in Real Life" which will come up this September under Touchstone Pictures banner. The man recently was hired by New Line Cinema to pen its new picture "My Korean Deli" based on the Ben Ryder Howe book.