NEW YORK — Disney has pledged low- against mid-six figures for “Sorority Sisters,” a comic pitch to be written by Greg Coolidge and Joe Jarvis.
Story concerns three college guys who get kicked out of a fraternity house and join a sorority of unpopular and homely girls. They do it in drag, and their motive is revenge.
It’s the second sale for the scripting duo, who previously matriculated “Truth or Dare” at New Line. “Queen for a Day,” a short film they wrote and which Coolidge directed, is slated to air on NBC through Adam Films.
“Sorority Sisters” will be produced by Disney-based Morra, Brezner, Steinberg and Tenenbaum. Lauren Lloyd and Walter Hamada are overseeing the project with Disney veep Jason Reed. The scribes were repped by Emile Gladstone of Broder Kurland Webb & Uffner and attorney Karl Austen.