The Wonder Years star turned director Fred Savage is set to direct Charlize Theron in a new comedy called Ladies Night. It was written by Happy Endings scribe David Caspe.
Theron is not only starring in the film but she's producing it as well. The story "centers on a woman who, when confronted with her longtime boyfriend’s inability to commit, decides to have one last night on the town with her girlfriends before uprooting her life and moving to New York."
This seems like a great film for Savage to take on. H's also directed shows such as It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia, Greek, Party Down, Happy Endings, Modern Family, 2 broke Girls, and more. This would end up being his first feature film.
This is the second comedy that Theron has joined recently. She's also set to star in Seth MacFarlane's A Million Ways to Die in the West.