EXCLUSIVE: It’s always nice to see another female screenwriter get a gig. Tiffany Romigh has been tapped to write an untitled romantic comedy for Nickel City Pictures and the production company’s partner, Telepool GmbH. Romigh most recently completed work on the Amy Baer/Laurence Mark produced Parents’ Weekend.

The plot of the romantic comedy is being kept under wraps right now. Romigh’s Getwell Road script is currently in pre-production with Gold Star Films (Kidnap, Maggie).

The author of two novels, Elasticity and Deferred, Romigh was also a successful advertising copywriter at Ogilvy and Deutsch as well as VP of Consumer and Lifestyle at Edelman Public Relations prior to becoming a screenwriter.

Nickel City Pictures, which recently acquired the Silver Bear book series from author/screenwriter Derek Haas is currently building an interesting slate of feature films. Those include Marlowe adapted by Bill Monahan, Hammer written by Adam Cooper and Bill Collage, and The Gunsmith written by Matt Duffett.

The company is currently in post on Haunt written and directed by Scott Beck and Bryan Woods whose film A Quiet Place starring John Krasinski and Emily Blunt just released on April 6 to a big opening weekend of $50.2M.

Romigh is repped by APA, Jon Levin at Fourward, and Schreck, Rose, Dapello & Adams.