By Kate Ward
November 16, 2010 at 10:10 PM EST

  • Gary Gershoff/WireImage

    Green Hornet to the rescue! Seth Rogen and writing partner Evan Goldberg will help rewrite Neighborhood Watch, a comedy that follows a group of fathers on a suburban block who form a watch group, only to uncover a plot that threatens to destroy the world. [THR]

  • News that School of Rocks hard: Mike White has accepted the offer to direct the adaptation of Seth Grahame-Smith’s Pride and Prejudice and Zombies. I bet I know who the movie’s first victims will be! [Deadline]

  • King of Queens reruns will air on Spike TV as of 2011, and on TV Land (okay, who feels old?) as of 2013. [THR]
  • AMC is delving into the world of unscripted programming (Don Draper says, “What?“): The network is developing a docuseries centered on Freddie Roach, a boxing trainer at Wild Card Gym in Hollywood. [THR]
  • Crazy Heart director Scott Cooper will direct the remake of Argentinean thriller Carancho, which centers on a personal injury attorney. Not a job title you’d think is interesting, but, then again, they do wear cowboy hats. [Deadline]
  • CBS is developing Raising Men, a sitcom based on A.J. Jacobs’ Esquire article, “How to Raise Men.” The project will center on a father who learns life lessons from his young sons. Well, that explains CBS’ other tantrum-prone star… [Variety]
  • Advertisement