Usually, the best that the older crowd can hope to see on the big screen is an advanced-years romance like Last Chance Harvey. But sex? Never! Older people don't get laid! They play bridge, do crossword puzzles, and leer lecherously while having their daily happy hour drink. But it looks like times are a-changin'.

Variety reports that Larry Charles, the helmer of Borat and Religulous, is in final negotiations to direct a new comedy over at Columbia Pictures called Winter's Discontent, written by Paul Fruchbom. The flick will focus on "a sexually frustrated widower who moves into a retirement community with his best buddy -- looking to get laid."

I can't help but imagine a geriatric Night at the Roxbury without the head-jiving (because that wouldn't be kind to old bones). But seriously -- if anyone can make this a worthy feature -- with enough laughs and enough allure for the older audience, it'd be Charles. He was a producer on, and directed, 13 eps of Curb Your Enthusiasm, and he was an executive producer and writer on The Tick, and I'm inclined to think highly of anyone associated with that show. The latter reason might not mean anything for a tale of old man humor, but Curb says it all.

Are you ready to see the wrinkles get randy?