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ATO Pictures has acquired all North American rights to ensemble comedy "The Oranges," following its showing at the Toronto Intl. Film Festival.
An unpalatable confection whose sophomoric approach to its very adult subject is likely to leave some auds bewildered and others actively offended.
Fox is developing an untitled comedy project from "I Love You, Man" scribe John Hamburg.
Leighton Meester of "Gossip Girl" will star in indie dramatic comedy "The Oranges" opposite Hugh Laurie.
When they began writing "The Oranges," Ian Helfer and Jay Reiss had been friends for 15 years but had never worked together.
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