Browsing: Lee Stobby Entertainment
Story follows Tim, a recent divorcé who learns that his ex-wife Ashley is dating a new man. Still madly in love, and deeply in denial, Tim tracks her new boyfriend, Andy, to a masculinity-themed sleepaway camp, only to discover that Andy is the camp’s five-time champion and current holder of the coveted Manly Cup (a trophy awarded to the camper who best demonstrates his modern manliness by competing in a series of “woke” athletic events such as Vulneraball and the Emotional Obstacle Course). Desperate to prove that Ashley’s new flame can’t hold a candle to her old, a woefully unenlightened Tim enters the competition and begins scheming to take Andy down.
The action spec was penned by Shay Hatten, a 23-year-old writer’s assistant at Team Downey who previously wrote the Black List script Maximum King!.
Derek Asaff, whose pilot scripts The Cure and The End both placed in the 2017 Launch Pad Pilots Competition, has signed with Derrick Eppich of Lee Stobby Entertainment.
Recent TB Recommends writer Michael Moskowitz has signed with Lee Stobby and Derrick Eppich of Lee Stobby Entertainment. His feature script Wyler earned the TB Recommends honor yesterday.
2013 Launch Pad Feature Competition winner Kate Trefry has been hired as a staff writer for the highly anticipated second season of Stranger Things. The show, which became a breakout hit this past summer, is expected to premiere its second season on Netflix in 2017.
Peter Limm, who earned a TB Recommends at the start of the week, has signed with Derrick Eppich of Lee Stobby Entertainment.
The screenwriter behind the Hit List script Bubbles has sold his science fiction thriller to Fox 2000 with Josh Bratman of Immersive Pictures set to produce.
Titus Heckel is the latest writer signed out of our 2016 Launch Pad Pilots Competition, as his pilot Adrift lands him with manager Lee Stobby of Lee Stobby Entertainment. He joins a list of more than 150 LP Alums who have landed representation in the past 3 years.
Isaac Adamson’s 2015 Hit List script Bubbles has been acquired by Andrew Kortschak and End Cue, with Dan Harmon set to produce through his Starburns Industries. Like Starburns’ Oscar-nominated film Anomalisa, Bubbles will be a stop-motion animation feature.