Parisot gets comedy 'Bill' from Warners

Kit, Borys
November 2005
Hollywood Reporter -- International Edition;11/22/2005, Vol. 391 Issue 48, p1
The article reports that Dean Parisot has signed on to direct "The Bill From My Father," a comedy film. David Heyman is producing via his Heyday Films for Warner Bros. Pictures Inc. Adapted by Bob Nelson's "Nebraska," and loosely based on an upcoming memoir by Bernard Cooper, "Bill" is a character-driven comedy about a hardworking father who is so upset by his son's decision to quit his high-paying job that he presents him with a bill for the cost of his upbringing. The movie will explore the theme of the universal expectations between parents and kids. Lynn Harris and Less Rosenthal are shepherding the project at Warners.


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