Schwimmer and fellow cast member Tom Everett Scott ("That Thing You Do") will be replaced by March 7 by "Good Morning Miami" actor Mark Feuerstein and Gabriel Macht ("The Recruit"). Neil Simon film vet Jonathan Silverman, and John Di Maggio and Jaime Ray Newman, remain with the production. Kumble directs.
In this final installment of Kumble's Hollywood trilogy, soulless writer-director Jeff Pelzman (Feuerstein) and his friends, now in their mid-thirties, contemplate what matters to Hollywood — success, backstabbing, name-dropping, coke-whores and "go" movies. A satire on the film industry by someone who has been there (Kumble is the director of "The Sweetest Thing" and the writer-director of "Cruel Intentions"), Turnaround is billed as "the most biting, funny and visceral" of the trilogy.
Kumble's previous works include Pay or Play (in which Silverman played Pelzman) and d-girl (which featured Schwimmer as Pelzman).
Silverman starred in the Simon films "Brighton Beach Memoirs," "London Suite" and "The Odd Couple II," as well as "Death Becomes Her" and both "Weekend at Bernie's" movies.
Tickets to Turnaround at The Coast Playhouse, 8325 Santa Monica Boulevard, in West Hollywood, CA can be purchased by calling (866) 468-3399 or visit http://www.ticketweb.com.