June 24, 2008
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While cineophiles wait to see Kristen Bell in Fanboys and Serious Moonlight, she’s currently shooting When In Rome in New York and Italy, which wraps up on July 15.
In development, Bell has an offbeat comedy about a couple who buy a double wide motor home and half of their house is hijacked in route titled Double Wide and Renji Philip’s Antique about the intersecting lives of eight residents in Echo Park, all in search of freedom from their painful pasts.
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Mark Steven Johnson’s When In Rome: After stealing coins from an Italian fountain, a young American woman receives visits from numerous strangers who, having previously thrown coins into the fountain, are now in love with her.
Kyle Newman’s Fanboys: Four extreme “Star Wars” fans and childhood friends drive across America to Skywalker Ranch in order to sneak a peak at the yet unreleased “Episode 1: Phantom Menace” as one last hoorah for their dying friend.
Writer Adrienne Shelly & Director Cheryl Hines’ Serious Moonlight: When a high-powered female attorney discovers that her husband is about to leave her for another woman, she prevents him from doing so by binding him to the toilet with duct tape. Complications ensue when burglars break in to the couple’s home.
Bell is repped by Michael A Katcher and Tracy Brennan @ Creative Artists Agency (CAA).