George S. Clinton has been hired to score the comedy Gods Behaving Badly. The film marks the directorial debut of Academy Award-nominated producer Marc Turtletaub (Little Miss Sunshine) and follows a young couple who encounter a full panoply of gods living in a New York brownstone. Alicia Silverstone and Ebon Moss-Bachrach are starring in the film alongside Christopher Walken as Zeus, John Turturro as Hades, Sharon Stone as Aphrodite, Oliver Platt as Apollo, Edie Falco as Artemis, Phylicia Rashad as Demeter, Nelsan Ellis as Dionysus, Gideon Glick as Eros, Henry Zebrowski as Hermes and Rosie Perez as Persepho. The comedy is based on a novel by Marie Phillips and has been adapted for the screen by Turtletaub and Josh Goldfaben. Turtletaub is producing the Big Beach Films production with Peter Saraf (Sunshine Cleaning, Away We Go). A release date later in 2012 is expected.

Clinton whose best known credits include the Austin Powers movies has also written the score for the upcoming ABC Family TV musical film Elixir. The movie is directed by Sanaa Hamri (Just Wright, The Sisterhood of the Traveling Pants 2) and stars Jane Seymour, Chelsea Kane, Sara Paxton, Alexander John, Drew Seeley, Adrienne Bailon and Tom Wopa. The film centers on a woman who drinks a mysterious elixir that shaves decades off of her life. Under the spell, she attends the wedding of her estranged daughter in disguise, with the intent of stopping her from marrying a playboy. Terry Rossio (Pirates of the Caribbean, The Mask of Zorro) has co-written the script with Jaylynn Bailey and Debra Martin Chase (The Princess Diaries) is executive producing the project with Rossio. Elixir will be airing later this year on ABC Family.