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Ryan Pinkston, Greg Coolidge

Earlier this month, Paramount paid $1.2 -$1.8 million for Coolidge-penned "Cockblockers," with Topher Grace and Sean William Scott. He also wrote and is set to direct "Employee of the Month" for Lions Gate. Coolidge has several other projects in the works as a scribe or producer, including "Camp" for Revolution Studios Revolution Studios and "The Loser," "Mancrush" and "Ride Along" at New Line.

Well if you hadn't heard a good friend of mine, writer Greg Coolidge and I sold a sitcom to NBC called 5-0.

I was to star in the single-camera laffer, playing a 5-foot tall, 18-year-old rookie cop who reluctantly agreed to take on assignments that made use of his small size -- including going undercover as a student. I'll was also trying to impress my dad, the chief of police.

He sold the pilot "Rev'd" to Fox last year. NBC has given a script commitment to the comedy with Coolidge set to write and executive produce along with Walter Hamada and Chris Fenton of H2F Entertainment.
H2F Entertainment
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NBC has decided to pass on 5-0 this season. But are ineterested in working with us on something different so stay tuned.