Screen Gems has set freshman director Will Gluck (TV’s “The Loop,” “Grosse Point”) to a three-picture deal reports Variety.
The deal includes “Fired Up,” his feature directing debut, which is only two weeks into production. “Fired Up” chronicles the adventures of two horny high schoolers who enroll in a two-week cheerleader camp in order to score with pompom-waving beauties.
Gluck will then direct an untitled comedy in development at Screen Gems about a group of men whose plans for their Hamptons rental are upended when a woman rents one of the rooms.
Finally, he will also direct “Virginity Rocks,” a co-production with Maxim magazine that’s being scripted by Melissa Carter. The story is about a gorgeous transfer student who clings to virginity and gets all the school’s promiscuous girls to abstain as well.