EXCLUSIVE: Millennium Films has acquired London Calling, a script by David Posamentier & Geoff Moore, with Debra Neil-Fisher attached to direct. The comedy focuses on an uptight guy who is desperate to propose to his girlfriend in London. To get there, he must share a car with a free-spirited woman on a road trip across Europe. Neil-Fisher will make her directorial debut after serving as editor on films that include The Hangover trilogy, Ted, Due Date, and the first two Austin Powers installments. London Calling will be produced by Occupant Films’ Felipe Marino and Joe Neurauter. The scribe team wrote and directed their Black List script Better Living Through Chemistry, which stars Sam Rockwell, Olivia Wilde, Michelle Monaghan, Ray Liotta, and Jane Fonda. Occupant also produced that. Neil-Fisher is repped by Resolution and Kaplan/Perrone while Posamentier & Moore are repped by Verve and Kaplan/Perrone.
Millennium Films Acquires ‘London Calling’, With Debra Neil-Fisher In Helming Debut
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