Imminent Collision, a production company founded by actor Randall Park, producer Hieu Ho, and screenwriter Michael Golamco dedicated to bringing comedy stories from Asian American perspectives has signed a first-look deal with Universal Television.
Ho formerly served as the President of Jon M. Chu’s production firm and oversaw BuzzFeed’s global scripted division across film and television.
Golamco, who co-wrote ‘Always Be My Maybe’ with Park and Ali Wong, will collaborate with Park on pilots for two Imminent Collision series: Hulu comedy ‘Take Out’ starring Lana Condor and Jo Koy’s ABC single-camera comedy ‘Josep.’
Park who is currently filming Universal TV’s upcoming comedy series ‘Blockbuster’, will make his feature directing debut with Imminent Collision’s ‘Shortcomings’.
In addition to that, the production company includes an untitled action-comedy starring Park and Sterling K. set to premiere on Amazon and HBO Max’s adaption of YA novel ‘The Best At It’ by actor Maulik Pancholy.
Imminent Collision is represented by UTA and Myman Greenspan. Park is also managed by Artists First, whereas Golamco is managed by Manage-ment.