First up, there's a whole new buddy comedy on the way from the writers of Harold & Kumar -- Jon Hurwitz and Hayden Schlossberg. The Hollywood Reporter posts that the duo have whipped up a new pic called 'Til Beth Do Us Part. Like H&K, the film will focus on two twenty-something guys, but instead of focusing on the great high, it's about how a friendship is put to the test once one of them gets engaged. I bet you anything this came from those Amsterdam-set follow-ups on the Guantanamo Bay DVD. We should hear more soon -- the plan is to get this comedy in production by early next year.

But there's also White Dad, according to THR. This spec, which comes from writer Alan Yang, is being kept completely under wraps. It shouldn't be too hard to make some possible guesses. The writer is a Yang, and it's about white dads, so maybe it's about a Chinese kid adopted by a white family? Stay tuned!

And finally, there's Matt Reeves. THR reports the Cloverfield director is going to write and direct a remake of the Swedish horror film Let the Right One In. The premise of this flick would've sent my teen penchant for vampires into overdrive -- "a bullied boy whose desire for revenge becomes intertwined with his growing love for a girl who happens to be a vampire." It won an award for Best Narrative Feature at the Tribeca Film Festival, and Scott loved it, so this should be good stuff. We can see the original next month, when it is appropriately released on October 24.