In the vein of SUPERBAD and AMERICAN PIE


To win a bet, TED a geeky high school illusionist, must sleep with SEVEN GIRLS – each embodies one of the seven deadly sins – or he will lose his life-long dream… going to Harvard.


Ted’s mother has fled the country…with ALL his college money!
Lucky for Ted, his sworn ENEMY since second grade has the answer to how he can attain his life-long dream of attending HARVARD…
A BET: Ted must sleep with SEVEN GIRLS in seven weeks.
THE PROBLEM: Ted is a virgin. Somehow, Ted checks off ENVY, GLUTTONY, SLOTH, GREED, WRATH and LUST from the list. The last one left… PRIDE, but she’s committed to his failure because she is his ENEMY’S GIRLFRIEND!
With just one more hook-up between Ted and Harvard, will PRIDE come before his fall?

Charlie Matthau Director

Charlie is that rare director, writer, producer who knows exactly what he wants in both capacities: movies with humanity, heart and humor - qualities that have always defined great storytelling.


Charlie’s last film Freaky Deaky” based upon Elmore Leonard’s book and starring Christian Slater and Crispin Glover, had its world premiere at the Tribeca Film Festival where it was acquired by eOne, and released in 2013. In 2015 he is executive producing the TV series Mexican High, based on the novel by Lisa Monroy.


Charlie’s passion for screen storytelling led him to develop and direct The Grass Harp based on Truman Capote’s atmospheric tale of three Southern misfits who take up residence in a tree house.

The film allowed Matthau the opportunity to direct a stellar cast that includes Piper Laurie, Sissy Spacek, Walter Matthau, Jack Lemmon, Mary Steenburgen, Nell Carter, and Edward Furlong. The film, distributed by Fine Line Features, premiered in October of 1996. Critics have been glowing in their response to Matthau’s work. A graduate of the film school at the University of Southern

California, while a student Matthau wrote and directed The Duck Film, which became one of the more highly acclaimed USC shorts of the 1980’s.