Starz Digital has grabbed U.S rights to Flock of Dudes, an ensemble comedy from first-time director Bob Castrone. Chris D’Elia stars as Adam, a man-child who lives a fun-loving lifestyle with his three lifelong buddies. After being evicted for ruining his house, Adam decides to the only way to grow up is to break up with his friends.
Starz Digital plans a theatrical and VOD release in the fall.
Castrone, Brian Levin and Jason Zumwalt wrote the script for the film, whose cast also includes Hannah Simone, Skylar Astin, Bryan Greenberg, Brett Gelman, Eric Andre, Kumail Nanjiani, Hannibal Buress, Melissa Rauch, Jamie Chung, Marc Maron, Timothy Simons, Jeffrey Ross, Hilary Duff and Ray Liotta. Aaron Kaufman, Brian Levin, Mark C. Manuel and Ted O’Neal are the producers. UTA negotiated the deal on behalf of the filmmakers.
Flock of Dudes joins a Starz Digital slates that includes recent pickup My Blind Brother, which screen at Tribeca this month, and Jason Bateman’s The Family Fang.