Variety reports that Fox has revived The Wedding Album, which has been greenlit as a pilot five years after the net first developed it.

Andy Tennant and Wink Mordaunt, who worked together on features such as Hitch, Sweet Home Alabama and Anna and the King, wrote and will exec produce the pilot. Tennant is onboard to direct as well.

Fox Television Studios will produce. Also onboard to exec produce are Showtime entertainment prexy Bob Greenblatt and former WB entertainment topper David Janollari -- whose Greenblatt-Janollari Studio was originally behind the project. The company is long gone, but it still has three shows on the air -- and now a pilot pickup.

The Wedding Album revolves around a wedding photog and his assistant, who attempt to find romance in their own lives while shooting the marriages of New York hotshots.

The script was said to be a favorite of Fox exec VP Craig Erwich, who has been looking to redevelop it for years -- and finally found an opening this development season.