It was solely a matter of time earlier than Malia Obama, first daughter of movie research, landed a plum Hollywood gig. After years interning for the Weinstein Firm (ugh) and dealing as a manufacturing assistant on the set of Ladies, the 22-year-old Harvard grad is totally making the transition to status TV, with a bit of assist from Donald Glover. The Atlanta creator has reportedly tapped Obama to put in writing for his upcoming collection Hive, created by Janine Nabers, per The Hollywood Reporter.
The present, which Glover will government produce, will reportedly revolve round a strong Beyoncé-esque determine. Obama is aware of a factor or two about highly effective figures, proper? It’s an attention-grabbing subsequent step for the Hollywood aspirant, who famously spent her hole yr studying firsthand in regards to the trade.
Malia’s reported leap into the writers room additionally arrives just a few years after her dad and mom struck a production deal with Netflix. They’ve since gone on to provide a number of documentaries, together with the Oscar-winner American Manufacturing facility and Turning into, a behind-the-scenes glimpse at Michelle’s high-profile ebook tour; Malia herself made a memorable, teary cameo within the movie. Michelle additionally not too long ago introduced her subsequent Netflix undertaking, a children cooking present known as Waffles and Mochi that appears promisingly kooky.
As The Hollywood Reporter states, Hive is likely one of the first initiatives Glover has set as a part of his new general cope with Amazon. The Emmy winner left FX for the streamer. He’s following within the footsteps of his pal Phoebe Waller-Bridge, who signed a $20 million cope with the streamer in 2019, after profitable a billion Emmys for the second season of Fleabag. Glover and Waller-Bridge are actually utilizing their megadeals to workforce up, not too long ago saying that they’d be writing, producing, and starring in a collection adaptation of Mr. and Mrs. Smith.
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