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Universal to host 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2'
Universal to host 'My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2'

Universal Pictures is headed to the altar with "My Big Fat Greek Wedding 2," having acquired U.S. and select international distribution rights for the sequel to writer-star Nia Vardalos' breakout 2002 indie comedy. Vardalos is reprising her duties for the follow-up, and Kirk Jones ("Nanny McPhee," "What to Expect When You're Expecting") has signed on to direct. Based on Vardalos' semiautobiographical one-woman play, the original "Greek Wedding" told the story of a woman trying to get her boisterous Aegean family to accept her non-Greek fiancé, played by John Corbett. Shot on a shoestring $5-million budget, the film became a...

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