Jake Kasdan ("Bad Teacher") is directing the Sony comedy, which co-stars Rob Corddry
Jack Black will reteam with his "Orange County" director Jake Kasdan on "Sex Tape," the Sony comedy that will star Cameron Diaz and Jason Segel, an individual familiar with the project has told TheWrap.
Segel and Diaz play a couple who take a night off from their kids and spice up their marriage by making a sex tape — which they lose the next morning, prompting a frantic search. Kasdan recruited long-time friend Black for a scene-stealing cameo as the CEO of a major porn company.
Rob Corddry co-stars as a loyal pal who helps them in their time of need.
Kate Angelo wrote "Sex Tape," which Todd Black, Jason Blumenthal and Steve Tisch are producing under their Escape Artists banner.
Production is expected to start in the fall, before Diaz takes on the role of Miss Hannigan in Sony's "Annie" remake. Diaz and Segel co-starred in Kasdan's hit comedy "Bad Teacher."
Black, who recently worked with Segel on "Gulliver's Travels," is coming off an acclaimed turn in Richard Linklater's "Bernie," which earned him Golden Globe and Independent Spirit Award nominations. Black also voices the title character in DreamWorks Animation's hit "Kung Fu Panda" franchise. He's repped by WME and attorney Warren Dern.