According to The Hollywood Reporter, Dean Parisot has signed on to direct The Bill From My Father, a comedy David Heyman is producing via his Heyday Films for Warner Bros. Pictures.

Adapted by Bob Nelson (Nebraska) and loosely based on an upcoming memoir by Bernard Cooper, Bill is a character-driven comedy about a hardworking father who is so upset by his son's decision to quit his high-paying job that he presents him with a bill for the cost of his upbringing. The movie will explore the theme of the universal expectations between parents and kids. Parisot will further develop the script with Nelson.

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