Will Gluck

director / writer / producer

Will Gluck is a filmmaker with a uniquely authentic voice and an aim to create projects that reflect popular culture and captivate audiences. In July of 2012 his third feature, Friends With Benefits, was released by Sony and starred Justin Timberlake, Mila Kunis, Woody Harrelson, Patricia Clarkson, and Richard Jenkins. It earned over $150 million at the box office. Gluck now has a two-year development and production deal for both film and television with Sony Pictures.

Gluck is currently developing Sex on the Moon at Columbia Pictures for producers Scott Rudin, Dana Brunetti and Michael DeLuca. Additionally, he is lined up to direct and produce Father of the Year and Secretary's Day for Columbia Pictures, as well as Secret Service for Sony Screen Gems.

Gluck released his second feature, Easy A, in September 2010. The film was a massive critical and financial success, grossing over $75 million worldwide, and winning “Best Comedy Movie” at the Critics’ Choice Awards. Gluck made his feature directorial debut with 2009’s darkly funny Fired Up.

Gluck, a New York native, started in television as a staff writer for the NBC series The John Larroquette Show. He went on to serve as writer and producer on the shows Working, Grosse Pointe, and Andy Rickter Controls the Universe. Gluck created and executive produced the 2003 Fox television series Luis, starring Luis Guzman and co-created and executive produced The Loop, also on Fox, from 2005-2007.

Gluck lives in Los Angeles with his family.

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