Andrew Fleming to remake The In-Laws
BY Advocate.com Editors
January 12 2002 1:00 AM ET
The Hollywood Reporter says that out filmmaker Andrew Fleming (Dick, Threesome) is in final negotiations to direct Till Death Do Us Part for Warner Bros. The project, which will star Michael Douglas, is a remake of the 1979 comedy The In-Laws, which starred Alan Arkin as a mild-mannered dentist who becomes involved with his daughter's father-in-law-to-be (Peter Falk), who claims to be a CIA agent.
- WATCH: Alabama Jails, Fines Minister After Performing Lesbian Wedding
- Where in the World Are the Happiest Gay Men?
- Gallery of Geek: Yannick Tallarida
- New Report Underlines Savage Inequalities Faced by LGBT Americans
- Poised for Perfection: Sgt. Shane Ortega Puts a Face to the Transgender Military Ban
- Ala. Senate Passes Bill That Would End Marriage Licenses