Tamra Davis to helm Fox's comedy "Turned On"
According to Deadline, the studio bought the script in 2016 from Charlie Kesslering, an assistant to James Corden.
Written by Charlie Kesslering, the film tells the story of a brilliant but awkward engineer who creates an android clone to fill in with difficult situations, but when the robot self-actualizes, her life soon spirals out of control.
Davis broke into show business in 1986 as the director of music videos for N.W.A, Sonic Youth, the Beastie Boys and Black Flag.
She began directing feature films with 1992's "Guncrazy", followed by "Billy Madison", "Half Baked", and "Crossroads".
Davis also has multiple TV credits including "Still the King", "Younger", "My Name Is Earl", and "Everybody Hates Chris".
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