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Thomas Lennon And Robert Ben Garant To Direct 'Hell Baby'

March 27, 2012
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The dynamic comedy writing duo Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant have been stuck to the hip for years, but now they're finally getting their chance to really shine in the director's chair. The two will not only be co-writing but will be making their directorial debut on "Hell Baby."

Darko Entertainment is backing the picture which will star Rob Corddry and Leslie Bibb. The story centers on a young expectant couple (Corddry, Bibb) who moves into New Orleans' most haunted fixer-upper. They call upon the Vatican's elite exorcism team to save them from a demonic baby. No word on when they're expecting to film the movie at the moment.

SOURCE: HitFix.com

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