You’ll soon be able to drink in Salma Hayek’s latest project…
Vertical Entertainment and DirecTV have picked up U.S. distribution rights to BRON Studios’ comedy Drunk Parents, starring the 52-year-old Mexican actress/producer and Alec Baldwin.
The film doesn’t have a release date, but distributors are aiming for a theatrical debut sometime in the first quarter of next year.
Directed by Fred Wolf, the film centers on the attempts of two parents to hide their ever-increasing financial difficulties from their daughter and social circle through elaborate neighborhood schemes that take their lives on a hilarious downward spiral.
Jim Gaffigan, Joe Manganiello and Ben Platt also star.
Wolf and Peter Gaulke penned the screenplay for the film, which was produced by Rob Barnum and Aaron L. Gilbert.
The deal was finalized at the Toronto Film Festival.