Fox Developing Sci-Fi Drama From ‘Vacation’ Duo of John Francis Daley, Jonathan Goldstein (EXCLUSIVE)

Fox is building a one-hour sci-fi play from “Vacation” co-writers and co-directors John Francis Daley and Jonathan GoldsteinVariety has schooled exclusively.

Currently patrician “Proxy,” a plan is centered on a record that allows online supporters to live voyeuristically by a practice of epicurean immature “Proxies” on a remote island paradise. Fox has systematic a book for a plan with a chastisement attached. Daley combined a array and will write and executive produce, with Goldstein executive producing. Should a plan pierce forward, Goldstein will also write. They will both executive furnish by their GoldDay banner. Anonymous Content’s Michael Sugar, who has also executive constructed “13 Reasons Why,” “The OA” and a arriving array “Maniac” for Netflix, will also executive furnish “Proxy” along with Anonymous’ clamp boss of radio and features, Ashley Zalta. Twentieth Century Fox Television will furnish along with Anonymous Content and GoldDay.

Daley and Goldstein done their directorial entrance on a 2015 installment of a “Vacation” franchise, with Ed Helms holding over a purpose of Rusty Griswold. They also wrote a scripts for box bureau hits such as “Horrible Bosses” and “Spider-Man: Homecoming.” They are also set to approach a arriving Warner Bros. comedy film “Game Night,” that depends Jason Bateman, Rachel McAdams, Lamorne Morris, Kylie Bunbury, and Jesse Plemons among a cast.

This new plan is also a delay of Daley’s longstanding attribute with Fox, with a actor carrying formerly seemed on a long-running Fox array “Bones” as good as a ephemeral comedy array “Kitchen Confidential” and a high propagandize play “Boston Public.

Both Daley and Goldstein are repped by UTA and Fourth Wall Management.

(Pictured: John Francis Daley, right, and Jonathan Goldstein, left.)

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