Lena Dunham Reportedly To Create ‘Too Much’ for Netflix

Lena Dunham Reportedly To Create ‘Too Much’ for Netflix

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According to Comingsoon.net, Lena Dunham is planning to write and direct Too Much for Netflix, a romantic comedy about “an American woman in London.” Few other details are known about the project.

Dunham had come to wide public attention back in 2012 with the premiere of the HBO smash hit Girls. The multitalented artist created the concept, wrote the script, produced and directed it, and was its star performer. The critically acclaimed series won several awards, including an two Golden Globe prizes, as well as an award from the Writers Guild of America. Dunham became the first woman to win the Directors Guild of America Award for Outstanding Directing of a Comedy Series.

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Born in New York City in 1986, Dunham studied at Oberlin College.
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“I didn’t go to film school”, she later recalled. “Instead I went to liberal arts school and self-imposed a curriculum of creating tiny flawed video sketches, brief meditations on comic conundrums, and slapping them on the Internet.
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” In some of these sketches, like The Fountain, she appeared in the nude, which generated controversial backlash from viewers.

Dunham experienced a career breakthrough in 2010 when her semi-autobiographic feature film Tiny Furniture won the Best Narrative Feature award at the South by Southwest festival. The success of that film resulted in a blind script deal at HBO, where she began working with Jennifer Konner.

In 2014, Dunham published an essay collection with Random House entitled Not That Kind of Girl: A Young Woman Tells You What She’s “Learned.” That fall, it reached the number two niche on best-seller list in The New York Times.

Most recently, Dunham had written and directed the 2022 comedy Sharp Stick, which starred herself along with Kristine Froseth, Jon Bernthal, and Luka Sabbat. She is also credited as the writer and director of Catherine Called Birdy, a medieval-era comedy that had its premiere on Amazon Prime Video last year.

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