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Chris Kattan High School Comedy ‘How to Get Girls’ Lands at Hulu (Exclusive)

Film launched Monday on the streaming platform

Chris Kattan’s high school comedy “How to Get Girls” has landed at Hulu with the streaming platform acquiring North American rights, TheWrap has exclusively learned.

The film launched Monday on the streaming platform. Kew Media Distribution, part of Kew Media Group, and Glass Entertainment Group (“GEG”) also sold international rights to the film to Fox Networks Group (Asia), Lemon Tree Media (China) and BskyB (UK).

“How to Get Girls,” which Hulu launched Monday, is a teen comedy produced by Glass Entertainment Group and Nancy Glass, and was written and directed by Zach Fox and Omri Dorani. Fox also stars in the film alongside comedians Kattan, Kate Flannery (“The Office”) and David Koechner (“Anchorman: The Legend of Ron Burgundy”).

The film centers on two nerdy childhood best friends, Zach and Ben, who dream of going to Comic-Con. When Ben is forced to move to Antarctica with his father, the two make a parting pact: they will finish writing their comic book and get it into the hands of their hero. After five years of isolation (and extreme puberty), Ben returns home as an Adonis but, inside, is still the same geek he was when he left.

International deals were brokered by Kew Media Distribution, which manages global rights to “How to Get Girls.”

“We’re proud to see ‘How to Get Girls’ heading to broadcasters around the world as well as showcasing on Hulu in North America. Hulu is a perfect home for this film and we are very pleased to be associated with such an exciting and cutting-edge platform,” says Glass said in a statement.