Universal Pictures is collaborating with Imagine Entertainment to brew a new comedy flick titled "Coma Boy."
Never ceases to spark comedic projects at its pit, Universal Pictures is working hand in hand with Imagine Entertainment to develop a film feature of the kind entitled "Coma Boy", The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.
While plot details are being kept under wraps for now, it is learned that pic will be made based on a pitch by CAA assistant Ben Dey. Meanwhile, Imagine honcho Brian Grazer is onboard to produce with "License to Wed" scribe Kim Barker still holding negotiations to pen the screenplay.
One of the major American film studios of California-based, Universal Pictures is the second longest-lived studio in Hollywood after Paramount Pictures and also a subsidiary of NBC Universal. Its 2007 film slate includes "American Gangster", "The Bourne Ultimatum", "Charlie Wilson's War", and "Evan Almighty" which opens in theaters this Friday, June 22.