Wednesday, February 6, 2013

Jason Moore to direct Tina Fey's upcoming comedy 'The Nest'

Posted By on Wed, Feb 6, 2013 at 10:22 AM

Jason Moore is set to direct the upcoming Tina Fey comedy The Nest pic
  • Jason Moore is set to direct the upcoming Tina Fey comedy "The Nest."

Deadline reports that Tina Fey will be working with "Pitch Perfect" director and Fayetteville native Jason Moore on the upcoming comedy "The Nest," which is about a pair of sisters who, upon learning their childhood home has been put up for sale decide to spend one last weekend together, bonding and feuding and then patching things up and so forth, as sisters often do.

Moore, who directed on the Broadway productions of "Avenue Q" and "Shrek the Musical," made his film debut with "Pitch Perfect." As Deadline notes, the musical comedy was a sleeper hit, grossing more than $108 million worldwide, on a cost of $17 million.

H/t to The AV Club.

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