WILL GLUCK (Director / co-writer / producer) is a filmmaker
with a uniquely authentic voice and an aim to create projects that reflect
popular culture and captivate audiences. Gluck has made a name for himself as a
great comedic filmmaker who brings heart and a down-to-earth quality to all his
Gluck is currently prepping to direct and produce the dark comedy Jackpot for
Global Road and the heist romantic comedy drama Steal Away for Columbia
Pictures. Through his company Olive Bridge Entertainment, he is developing an
untitled action comedy with Dwayne Johnson for New Line. The company also has
various other projects in development at Columbia, Fox Searchlight, and Focus
Features, among others.
Gluck most recently released the modern-day reimagining of Annie, which he
directed and co-wrote for Columbia Pictures. The film stars Quvenzhane Wallis in
the title role alongside Jamie Foxx, Rose Byrne, and Cameron Diaz. Gluck
received a Golden Globe nomination for Best Original Song for "Opportunity" from
the film, shared with Sia and Greg Kurstin.
In addition to numerous projects in development for both network and cable
television, including a series based on Down the Rabbit Hole by Holly Madison,
Gluck and Olive Bridge are making the Topher Grace-fronted action comedy series
"Treasure Squad" at Amazon, the animated series "Sticks" for Freeform; a
television movie "Angry Angel" for Freeform; and the musical docudrama "Encore"
for ABC. Olive Bridge produced the animated "Moonbeam City" for Comedy Central,
and "The McCarthys," a family sitcom, for CBS. In 2013, Gluck co-created and
directed the critically acclaimed "The Michael J. Fox Show" for NBC and "The
Loop" for Fox.
Gluck released Friends with Benefits in the summer of 2011 for Sony/Screen Gems,
starring Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunis, Woody Harrelson, Patricia Clarkson, and
Richard Jenkins, which grossed over $155 million worldwide. His second feature,
Easy A, released in September 2010, was a massive critical and financial
success, winning Best Comedy Movie at the Critics Choice Awards. Gluck made his
feature directorial debut with 2009's darkly funny FIRED UP. In addition to his
directing credits, Gluck produced About Last Night for Screen Gems in 2014.
Olive Bridge recently entered into a multi-year agreement in partnership with
Sony Pictures Entertainment and Interlude/Eko to produce interactive digital
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