FX is developing Drones, a dark comedy from writer/novelist Chad Kultgen and Milo Ventimiglia and Russ Cundiff’s production company Divide Pictures. Kultgen will write the comedy, about drone pilots in Nevada who commute to war. He will executive produce the CAA-packed project with Ventimiglia and Cundiff. Ventimiglia is not set to star though that is a possibility. Kultgen’s writing credits include pilots Waiting to Die and Southern Comfort and novel The Average American Male. Heroes alum Ventimiglia will next be seen in the upcoming Adam Sandler movie I Hate You Dad.
FX Developing Comedy About Drone Pilots
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