"Super Ex" Signs Two More Funny Folks

by | August 30, 2005 | Comments

We’ve already reported that Ivan Reitman‘s "Super Ex" will star Uma Thurman as a superheroine and Luke Wilson as her ex-boyfriend, but The Hollywood Reporter brings news that both Anna Faris and Eddie Izzard have been enlisted for a few supporting roles.

"The comedy centers on a man (Wilson) who learns that his girlfriend (Thurman) is a superhero and breaks up with her when she becomes too controlling and neurotic. She then uses her powers to torment and embarrass him. Faris will play Hannah, the love interest of Wilson’s character. Izzard will play Professor Bedlam, the story’s villain."

Written by "Simpsons" scribe Don Payne, "Super Ex" marks Mr. Reitman’s first feature since 2001’s "Evolution."

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