"Whose Closet Is it Anyway?" will feature women swapping wardrobes
Charlize Theron is about to get real with Bunim/Murray Productions.
Theron's Denver & Delilah production company is pairing with Bunim/Murray for a reality series "Whose Closet Is it Anyway?"
The series, which is based on a format from Keshet International that first aired in Israel in 2011, explores what would happen if someone swapped your entire closet with somebody else's. In each episode, three women, each with a distinct style and a strong fashion sense, trade their entire closets and have to cope with each of the other women's wardrobes. Each woman has to change her entire look and try on styles that are totally different from her own, all while going about her usual routine. What does it feel like to walk in another woman's stilettos? Will her family like her new look? What will her boss have to say?
This marks the first reality venture for Denver & Delilah, and the first joint production venture for Bunim/Murray.
"Charlize and her Denver & Delilah team have wonderful instincts and a fresh perspective which we think is a big plus in creating and selling reality television," said Jonathan Murray, Chairman of Bunim/Murray Productions.
Colleen Ocean Hall, whose credits include Ashton Kutcher's Katalyst Films and Television, has been named senior vice president of development for the venture.