Finding each other boarding the same project again after the upcoming "Man-Witch", screenwriters Josh Stolberg and Robert Florsheim are teaming up once more to pen for Paramount Pictures' comedy "The Spellman Files", Variety has reported.
Based on Liza Lutz's book of the same name, pic centers on a single private investigator who has to juggle the demands of running her family's business and the needs of her extended family as well as her dating life. Names to star and direct still remain a mystery, but it is confirmed that Laura Ziskin will serve as the film's producer.
While Florsheim only has "Man-Witch" in his resume apart from the project, Stolberg has long been known to be TV series writer before finally making his film-scripting debut in 2005's "Kids in America" which he also directed. A 1996 graduate of USC School of Cinema-Television, the man was also noticed to work on the early draft of "Piranha" alongside Pete Goldfinger before helmer Alexandre Aja decided to make a rewrite of it.