Harvie to head up feature film projects at the shingle
Tom Green has launched production shingle Bob Green Films.
Named after the Canadian-born comedian’s uncle, shingle has formalized a three-year, first-look deal with Fox-based Regency Enterprises for film and television.
Green had been aligned with Regency since the studio released “Freddy Got Fingered” last spring. Green co-wrote, helmed and starred in the pic.
Coming from the William Morris Agency, Ken Freimann has been tapped as Bob Green’s senior veep of development.
Derek Harvie will head up feature film projects at the shingle. Harvie, who co-wrote “Freddy” with Green, also wrote and produced on MTV’s “The Tom Green Show.”
Another “Tom Green Show” collaborator, Phil Giroux, is overseeing the development of television projects at the shingle.
Green is developing a half-hour reality-based skateboarding show for the WB Network that he will exec produce. Regency Television is producing the show, which has a put pilot commitment from the network.
Green is also penning the script for a pitch he set up at Regency. He will produce, direct and star in an as-yet-untitled feature film as well.
Green’s feature credits include “Road Trip” and “Charlie’s Angels.” Repped by WMA, he next appears in the Imagine/Revolution pic “Promises, Promises.”