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Fox loves single life

Davis, Godfrey to produce

Scribe David Hubbard has sold his untitled comedy pitch to 20th Century Fox in a deal valued at mid- against high-six figures.

Story follows a guy who — after 15 years of marriage — is beginning to wonder what his life would have been like had he remained single. When he comes face-to-face with himself in a “magical” elevator, he manages to switch places with his single self.

Fox-based producer John Davis will produce together with his company prexy, Wyck Godfrey.

Fox senior VP Robbie Brenner brought the project into the studio and will oversee its development.

The Paradigm-repped Hubbard first arrived with his Yuletide script “Noel,” which sold to Fox 2000 in 1998. It has just been produced, with Chazz Palminteri directing Susan Sarandon, Penelope Cruz, Alan Arkin and Paul Walker.

Hubbard also has his script “Will Sebastian” set up at Warner Bros., with Chris Columbus producing.

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