Warden, Ritter star in second 'Problem Child

December 28, 1990|By Los Angeles Times

Jack Warden joins John Ritter in Imagine Films-Universal's "Problem Child II," scheduled to get under way next month.

Alyssa Milano of "Who's the Boss," Jonathan Silverman and George Newbern star in Creative Edge Films' collegiate comedy "Co-Ed," written and directed by Jimmy Zeilinger. The Martin Wiley-Jeffrey Neuman produced film is shooting in Los Angeles.

Martin Lawrence from New Line Cinema's "House Party" and Darryl Sivad head the cast in New Line's "Talking Dirty After Dark," written and directed by Topper Carew. The film is now shooting in Los Angeles.

James Marshall ("Twin Peaks") and Cuba Gooding (currently starring in Columbia's "Boyz N the Hood") are set to star in Columbia's "Bare Knuckles." They play high-school kids caught up in an illegal boxing and betting organization. Steve Roth will produce and Rowdy Herrington direct a script by Lyle Kessler ("Orphans"), which has been rewritten by Nick Kazan ("Reversal of Fortune"). Shooting begins in Chicago Jan. 15.

There will be more bare knuckles when Don Wilson, the light heavyweight kick-boxing champion of the world, stars for producer Paul Maslak in Unifilm International's martial-arts thriller, "Ultimate Weapon," next May in Miami.

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