Mary-Louise Parker will serve up some laughs in NBC’s family-restaurant comedy pilot Feed Me, according to our sister site Deadline.
Parker will star in the potential series about adult intimacy and desire, told via a dysfunctional family that runs a restaurant together. When daughter Emma’s husband has an affair, her relatives gather close to protect her.
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“Feed Me,” a remake of “The Marriage Bed” from Paul Witt and Tony Thomas, would reunite the “Weeds” alum with network entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt.
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The Weeds alum may reunite with NBC entertainment chairman Bob Greenblatt and star in the half-hour comedy pilot Feed Me, The Hollywood Reporter has learned.
The single-camera vehicle is a remake of The Marriage Bed and is described as a comedic exploration of adult intimacy and desire that centers on a dysfunctional family bound by love and the restaurant they run together. And when daughter Emma’s husband has an affair, they circle the wagons to fiercely protect one of their own.
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She and a producer named Lisa fought to keep the “Little Boxes” musical intro for Weeds. And she loved the different versions of the song. “I loved when they had different people do different versions of the song, and I was really sad when there was no musical intro. One of the producers Lisa and I kept fighting for that. She really, really loved it. And I think the last year she kind of put her foot down about it, so that’s why they brought it back for the last season. But I loved it most when there were different versions of it.”
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Tony Award winner Mary-Louise Parker, who appeared on Broadway in the premiere of Sharr White’s The Snow Geese earlier this fall, will appear in the new film “Jamesy Boy,” according to the Hollywood Reporter.
Based on the true story of James Burns, the film tells the story of a teenager involved in a street gang, who finds himself in a maximum security prison, where he befriends and finds a mentor in a convicted murderer.
Parker portrays the mother of the troubled teen played by Spencer Lofranco. Also featured are James Woods, Taissa Farmiga and Taboo of Black Eyed Peas.
“Jamsey Boy,” which marks the feature debut of writer-director Trevor White, will be released on video on demand Jan. 3, 2014, followed by an in-theatre release Jan. 17.