The story centers on two thirtysomething sisters who come home to the news that their parents are selling the house. They spend one final weekend together in their childhood home, bonding together and feuding before realizing they both need to grow up. Tina Fey will play one of the sisters, although the other has not been cast yet.
Paula Pell, who served as a writer on 30 Rock and Saturday Night Live, wrote the screenplay. Tina Fey will also produce. No production schedule has been given, but it is believed that this will be the next project for both Tina Fey and filmmaker Jason Moore.
Tina Fey will next be seen on the big screen in Focus Features' comedy Admission, opening in theaters March 22. Her hit NBC sitcom 30 Rock, which she created, produced, and starred in, wrapped its seven-season run last week. She also co-hosted The 70th Annual Golden Globe Awards with Amy Poehler, who may be an obvious choice to play the second sister in The Nest.
Best of the Web
Ghostbusters Reboot Trailer Is Most Hated in Youtube History
The first trailer for Paul Feig's Ghostbusters remake is the only movie trailer in a new list of the 100 most disliked YouTube videos ever.
Maze Runner 3 Delayed Until Injured Star Fully Recovers
20th Century Fox has halted production on Maze Runner: The Death Cure to give injured star Dylan O'Brien more time to recover.
The Martian Extended Edition Blu-ray Is Coming This Summer
Ridley Scott's The Martian will be re-released with an extended edition on Blu-ray and DVD, featuring 10 minutes of footage not seen in theaters.
The Flash Movie Loses Director Seth Grahame-Smith
Writer-director Seth Grahame-Smith has parted ways with The Flash movie due to creative differences with Warner Bros.
Black Mirror Netflix Revival Gets 10 Cloverfield Lane Director
Netflix has brought on 10 Cloverfield Lane director Dan Trachtenberg to direct an episode of their highly-anticipated Black Mirror reboot.
Sega's Shinobi Movie Happening with Wicked Producer
Producer Marc Platt is teaming up with Sega to develop a movie adaptation based on the hit video game franchise Shinobi.