Scribe Adam Glass has sold a pitch, “The Club,” to Revolution Studios for mid- to high-six figures, with MBST Entertainment and Walter Latham’s Latham Entertainment (“The Original Kings of Comedy”) attached to produce.
Glass has also penned “Soul of a Nation,” an HBO animated production that traces the history of African-American music, with State Street Pictures producing.
Described only as a broad comedy, “The Club” will be overseen at Revolution by exec Derek Dauchy. MBST exec Walter Hamada, who brought the project into his company, will produce with MBST’s Larry Brezner along with Latham and Kimiko Jackson.
“Soul” will be produced by State’s George Tillman and Bob Teitel, with Glass serving as a co-producer.
Last year, Glass wrote “Ho Ho Bro” for USA Films and Tapestry Film and wrote and directed the short “My Dad Can Beat Yours,” currently making the festival circuit. He is repped by Principato-Young Management.