Paramount Pictures is setting up a new comedic feature titled "Kept Man" for Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher to produce.
Just released comedy flick "Hot Rod" in theaters, Paramount Pictures has already come up with a new one of the genre.
According to Variety, the studio is about to develop "Kept Men" based on the spec comedy by Amy Snow of which rights it has optioned. Story centers on three down-and-out pals looking for a shortcut to riches who flaunt their youthful assets at a charity auction in hopes of becoming kept men.
No words yet on director, writer, and stars for the project, but it is learned that Michael Shamberg and Stacey Sher will both produce through their Double Features shingle while Steve Crawford and Matt Luber of Nine Yard are serving as the executive producers.