If you were one of those people who absolutely loved The Break-Up and thought Jen and Vince just looked so totally cute together, then you might want to get in line for The Golden Tux, a comedy brought to us by the new (and improved?) Dimension Films. Jeremy Garelick and Jay Lavender (the two dudes who wrote The Break-Up) originally used their script The Golden Tux to break into Hollywood back in 2002, only to watch it change hands more times than a pocket mirror during an episode of The Simple Life.
After shaping it up a bit, Garelick and Lavender managed to score a helming gig on the flick which will, in turn, mark their feature directorial debut. The film, to be produced by Todd Phillips and star Dan Fogler, revolves around a professional best man who offers his services to those
losers guys who simply need a friend to stand by their side during the biggest day of their life. Apparently, he then begins an "unusual" friendship with one of his employers. I'm not sure what that entails, but something tells me the groom will have a hard time letting go of their fake friendship. Of course, that's just speculation on my part.
[Thanks to Empire Online for the additional details]