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'Hell Baby' marks 'Reno 911' creators' directorial debut

Leslie Bibb and Rob Cordry in
Leslie Bibb and Rob Cordry in "Hell Baby."
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Thomas Lennon and Robert Ben Garant have written quite a few movies together, such as "Night at the Museum," "The Pacifier" and "Herbie Fully Loaded."

They're also the creators and stars of the Comedy Central cop comedy, "Reno 9-1-1."

Their latest venture is a horror spoof called "Hell Baby," starring Rob Cordry and Leslie Bibb. The two play a couple buy a run down house in New Orleans and try to fix it up in time for the arrival of their expected twins.

Turns out the house doesn't just need a new coat of paint, it's in need of an exorcism. "Hell Baby" marks Lennon and Garant's directorial debut. The pair joins Take Two to talk about how they met, collaborating on numerous projects and what it's like to co-direct a film.