Actor Paul Rudd is looking into two black comedies as potential upcoming projects – “Better Living Through Chemistry” and “Horrible Bosses” reports Production Weekly.
David Posamentier and Geoff Moore penned and could potentially direct ‘Chemistry’, a dramedy which centers on a small-town pharmacist in a hopeless marriage who has an affair with a trophy wife who introduces him to prescription drugs.
Things start to disintegrate when the pair start to plot her husband’s murder. Rudd’s role is Doug Varney, likely that of the husband in question.
The Michael Markowitz-scripted ‘Bosses’ meanwhile follows three friends who conspire to murder their overbearing bosses. Seth Gordon (“Four Christmases,” “The King of Kong”) was attached earlier this year to direct.