Providing handfuls of information following Jeremy Piven's statement on his new vehicle "The Goods: The Don Ready Story", The Hollywood Reporter has delightfully come up with important details about the project which funnyman Will Ferrell is set to produce.
Said pic has already been greenlighted by Paramount Vantage, the paper's site revealed that the comedy would focus on a used-car liquidator who gets hired to save a struggling dealership during a Fourth of July weekend sale. Accompanied Ferrell as the producers are Adam McKay and Chris Henchy, who both are assuming the duties via their Gary Sanchez Productions shingle.
Meanwhile, production is learned to begin this December in Los Angeles with Neal Brennan directing from script written by Rick Stempson and Andy Stock. The two recently worked on together the screenplay for GreeneStreet Films-produced "Gary the Tennis Coach" which Seann William Scott is toplining.