David Schwimmer Talks About Film Directing Debut

04/05/2008 05:12 am ET | Updated May 25, 2011

In 2004 when his hit television comedy "Friends" ended, David Schwimmer longed to direct a feature film, and four years later his debut movie "Run FatBoy Run" finally rolls into theaters on Friday.

Schwimmer, nominated for an Emmy as the quirky Dr. Ross Geller on "Friends," honed his directing skills on stage in Chicago for years and directed several "Friends" episodes.

He was attached to direct "Run FatBoy Run" even before "Friends" left the air but the movie languished with an American production company that was unable to get it off the ground for a variety of reasons.

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