Derek Waters, who's behind the "Funny or Die" Web series "Drunk History," has partnered with thesp Michael Cera and scribe Emily Kapnek to develop a comedy for FX.
The seven castaways of "Gilligan's Island" have found a home at Warner Bros. and Atlas Entertainment.
It's not as if Michael Cera can't lie -- in character, at least. For three seasons on Fox's "Arrested Development," he concealed his more-than-familial fondness for his first cousin Maeby.
Michael Cera ("Superbad") will star in Dimension's teen comedy "Youth in Revolt," a co-production of Permut Presentations and Shangri-La Entertainment.
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