Andrew Daly, Gretchen Mol get 'Tenure'
EmptyNEW YORK -- Andrew Daly and Gretchen Mol will form an Ivy League love triangle with Luke Wilson in the indie comedy "Tenure." Meanwhile, Daly and Geoff Stultz have joined the DreamWorks comedy "She's Out of My League."
In Mike Million's "Tenure," Wilson will play a college professor who battles for tenure with a formidable colleague (Mol) and competes for her affection with her blowhard boyfriend (Daly). David Koechner also stars in the Blowtorch Entertainment film, shooting this month in Philadelphia. Paul Schiff, Tai Duncan and Brendan McDonald produce, and Kelly Rodriques, Richard Hull and Dominic Ianno executive produce.
In Jim Field Smith's romantic comedy "League," Daly will play the boss of an airport security guard (Jay Baruchel) who falls for a seemingly unattainable beauty (Alice Eve). Stults ("Wedding Crashers") will play her handsome ex-boyfriend. Jimmy Miller is producing and George Gatins is executive producing the film, which began shooting this week in Pittsburgh.
Daly ("Semi-Pro") just booked a role in Steven Soderbergh's "The Informant" and next appears in "What Happens in Vegas ... ."
He is repped by CAA and Principato-Young Entertainment. Mol is repped by ICM and John Carrabino Management. Stults is repped by UTA and the Collective.