Teen drama produced by Drew Barrymore's Flower, Alloy Ent.
Warner Bros. has tapped R.J. Cutler (“The September Issue”) to direct teen drama “The Au Pairs,” set up with Drew Barrymore’s Flower Films and Alloy Entertainment.Studio acquired rights to Melissa de la Cruz’s “Au Pairs” series four years ago. The first, published in 2004 as “The Au Pairs,” followed three teenage girls learning how the other half lives when they take summer jobs working for a wealthy family with a home in the Hamptons. “Skinny Dipping,” “Sun Kissed” and “Crazy Hot” are the subsequent books in the series. “Au Pairs” producers are Barrymore and Flower Film partner Nancy Juvonen, along with Alloy prexy Leslie Morgenstein. Alloy’s Bob Levy will exec produce. Cutler also directed “The War Room” and has an extensive list of exec producer credits in reality TV including “Flip That House,” “Greatest American Dog” and “Hope for Your Home.” He’s repped by WME.