Universal Pictures has picked up the comedy pitch "Business Trip" from writer Stacey Harman.
Benderspink, behind the Warner Bros. hit "The Hangover," will produce the laffer about a group of women who go on a corporate trip but wind up doing anything but business while on company time.
I'm just going to assume Tina Fey and Rashida Jones are in negotiations to star because of their respective aptitudes in wearing glasses and blazers, which, as we know, are the primary indicators that a lady holds a position in the broad field of "business." And because Diane Keaton is too old.
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