Latino comedy “Mi Casa” moves to Disney house
Walt Disney Pictures has picked up "Mi Casa, Su Casa," a Latino family comedy that will serve as the feature directorial debut of Alex Martinez Kondracke, daughter of political pundit Morton Kondracke.
"Casa," exploring the cultural differences at work within a single household, is loosely based on the real-life experiences of Kondracke, who emerged from Disney's director-fellowship program and is a staff writer on "The L Word."
She will write and produce the "Casa" screenplay along with Angela Robinson, who is attached to direct "Pledged" for Paramount Pictures and is developing "Witches" at Disney.
The two are writing "Jenbot" for New Line with Robinson attached to direct.