NEW YORK (Reuters) -- Owen Wilson will join Ben Stiller in "Starsky & Hutch," an action comedy set for a February start, Variety reports.
The Warner Bros. film takes its inspiration from the ABC series with Paul Michael Glaser (Starsky) and David Soul (Hutch), which bowed in 1975. Stiller is playing Starsky and Wilson will play Hutch.
Glaser and Soul played hip, streetwise cops with a well-drawn relationship often credited for the show's four-year run. The feature will be contemporized and will be updated and will focus on the formation of the duo's partnership.
Todd Phillips ("Road Trip"), who wrote the last draft of the script with Scott Armstrong, will direct.
Stiller and Wilson have worked together several times, including on pictures "The Royal Tenenbaums," "Zoolander" and "Meet the Parents."
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If they aren't driving that bad ass red Ford Gran Torino with the white stripe, this movie will suck!
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Originally posted by NickBockwinkelFanIf they aren't driving that bad ass red Ford Gran Torino with the white stripe, this movie will suck!
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Stiller and Wilson? The odds of this being funny is quite good.
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I thought it was defintely something fresh, which is sorely needed on the TV landscape these days. I'll keep on watching, since I really like John Corbett's character and anything set in Vegas is OK in my book.