Thursday, March 18, 2010

Uh-Oh

‘77 Sunset Strip’ On Its Way At Warner Bros – Deadline.com: "Warner Bros is dusting off its classic TV series 77 Sunset Strip, and turning it into a hip period feature. The film will be directed by Greg Berlanti, the Green Lantern writer who is previewing part of his new film, Life As We Know It, at ShoWest. Stephen Chin is in talks to write the script. Berlanti will produce with author A. Scott Berg and Kevin McCormick, through the latter’s Warner-based Langley Park shingle."

Hat tip to John Hall.

6 comments:

pattinase (abbott) said...

Although I am sure this doesn't hold up that well, I loved it as a kid, especially Kookie. Leave the past alone!

Bill Crider said...

Will Ferrell as Kookie!

Deb said...

And who will sing "Kookie, Kookie, Lend Me Your Comb"?

Anonymous said...

Connie Stevens and Edd Byrnes are probably both available.

Jeff

Fred Blosser said...

The only teenage crush my wife will admit to was Roger Smith. They could cast Clooney, Pitt, or Pattinson as Jeff Spencer and she wouldn't be impressed.

Cap'n Bob Napier said...

Nooooooooo!