Chevy Chase Comedy ‘Federal Offense’ Is Heading to Crackle
Last year it was reported that Chevy Chase signed on to star in a movie called Federal Offense, and now the comedy has found a home. Variety reports that Sony’s streaming service Crackle has acquired exclusive rights to the movie, which centers on “three best friends who lose a drug kingpin’s stash before finding themselves on the lam from gangsters, bounty hunters and the law after breaking their foul-mouthed grandfather out of his nursing home” played by Chase. Newcomer Connor Martin wrote the film, and the rest of the cast has not yet been announced. Chase also recently signed on to star in a movie alongside Richard Dreyfuss, Lewis Black, Andie MacDowell, Kate Micucci, and Chris Parnell called The Last Laugh.