In response to Deadline, screenwriters Alisha Brophy and Scott Miles have been employed by 20th Century Fox to develop a female-led remake of the 1988 Corey Haim/Feldman comedy License To Drive. The unique film is about a teen who fails his driving check, however he takes his dad’s prized Cadillac for a joyride anyway in an try and impress his girlfriend (performed by Heather Graham). Being an ‘80s comedy about teenagers, issues go fairly poorly from there, and everyone has wild adventures the place they study life and love. Weirdly, the Deadline story says that this remake is “being described as the feminine model of Superbad,” despite the fact that it’s already actually the feminine model of License To Drive.
Brophy and Miles have beforehand been hooked up to write down the variation of White Woman Issues, in order that they’re clearly a go-to crew today for comedies like this.
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