April 28, 2010 / 7:01 AM / in 8 years

Three join coming-of-age comedy "Sin Bin"

LOS ANGELES (Hollywood Reporter) - Michael Seater, Emily Meade and Bo Burnham will star in “Sin Bin,” a coming-of-age comedy that also counts Ben McKenzie, Jeff Garlin and Tim Blake Nelson among the cast.

“Sin,” with a script by Christopher Storer, centers on a put-upon high school student (Seater) who loans out his van (nicknamed “The Sin Bin”) to his friends for their sexual exploits. Complicating matters, he is caught in a love triangle involving a cute girl at school (Meade) and the villainous student liaison (Burnham). Gillian Jacobs also is in the cast.

Nelson plays a police officer who lives next door to the student. Other cast details were not disclosed.

Billy Federighi is directing the indie feature, which is shooting in Chicago.

Seater was the star of Disney Channel’s “Life With Derek.” Burnham is best known as the songwriting comedian with a huge YouTube following who is writing a movie for Judd Apatow. Meade will be seen in Joel Schumacher’s “Twelve.”

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