Warner Bros. Picks Up 'Killshot'

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The pitch hails from "The Mentalist" writer Ken Woodruff.

Warner Bros. is going for the Killshot, picking up a pitch from Ken Woodruff.

Plot details are being kept secret but it is known to be an action comedy.

No producer is attached.

Woodruff, repped by WME, is a writer-producer on CBS’ procedural The Mentalist. Before that he was a writer on Shark, the short-lived legal show that starred James Woods and entered the business when he acted as an assistant on The O.C.

Woodruff also wrote a feature script called Goodbye Mexico that sold to Richard Saperstein's Genre Company.