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Entertainment'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer

02:30  12 july  2019
02:30  12 july  2019 Source:   thewrap.com

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“ Varsity Blues ” is getting a modern update courtesy of Jeffrey Katzenberg’s short-form video service Quibi . “ Stuber ” writer Tripper Clancy is writing the script for this new take on the 1999 high school film, which will be executive produced by the film’s original producers Mike Tollin and Tova Laiter.

“ Varsity Blues ” is getting a modern update courtesy of Jeffrey Katzenberg’s short-form video service Quibi .“ Stuber ” writer Tripper Clancy is writing the script for this new take on the 1999 high school film, which will be executive produced by the film’s original producers Mike Tollin and Tova Laiter.

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Jeffrey Katzenberg's short-form video service Quibi is developing a modern update of the 1999 high school film, "Varsity Blues."

"Stuber" writer Tripper Clancy is penning the script, which will be executive produced by the film's original producers Mike Tollin and Tova Laiter. Tollin will executive produce alongside John Gatins and Peter Guber. The project comes from Tollin and Guber's MSM and Paramount Television.

Anne Fletcher will direct. The film starred James Van Der Beek, Paul Walker and Scott Caan as Texas high school football players who deal with an overbearing and demanding coach (Jon Voight). "For all those who cheered Mox's refrain, 'I don't want your life,' as well as all those who never heard of the West Canaan Coyotes, we're thrilled to bring Varsity Blues to Quibi and into the 21st century," said Tollin.

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Quibi wants Varsity Blues ' life. Jeffrey Katzenberg's shortform outlet has put into development a modern take on the 1999 James Van Der Beek feature film Varsity Blues . Tripper Clancy — who penned the feature Stuber , which bows Friday — is attached to write the new take on the film about a

In today's roundup, Quibi announces development on a " Varsity Blues " series adaptation and FOX Ex-surfer Dude and his fraternal order will return in the modern day stoner fable August 12. The Beverly Hills gang returns Wednesday, Aug 7 on Fox. DEVELOPMENT. Quibi is developing a series

Founded by Katzenberg and Meg Whitman, Quibi closed a $1 billion round of funding in August from investors including as 21st Century Fox, Disney, NBCUniversal, Viacom and WarnerMedia. The service, which will focus on producing and distributing short-form content made for mobile, will launch with a two-tier pricing model: a $4.99 per month ad-supported offer and a $7.99 per month ad-free deal.

Whitman says the company has already sold $100 million worth of advertisements.

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UPDATED , 9:20 AM: Quibi has ordered Varsity Blues to series. "For all those who cheered Mox's refrain, ‘I don't want your life,’ as well as all those who never heard of the West Canaan Coyotes, we're thrilled to bring Varsity Blues to Quibi and into the 21st century," executive.

‘ Varsity Blues ’ to Get Modern Update at Quibi From ‘ Stuber ’ Writer . 11 July 2019. “ Stuber ” writer Tripper Clancy is writing the script for this new take on the 1999 high school film, which will be executive produced by the film’s original producers Mike Tollin and Tova Laiter.

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'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
'Varsity Blues' to Get Modern Update at Quibi From 'Stuber' Writer
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