Director Will Gluck is poised to tackle decidedly different material than that of his previous films. Gluck has found success with the highly entertaining, pop culture-infused pics Easy A and Friends with Benefits, but he’s now attached to direct a slightly darker film. THR reports that Gluck is attached to helm a remake of the 2006 Swiss drama Vitus, called How to Disappear Completely. The story centers on “an academic and music prodigy who suffers under the constant scrutiny of his over-protective parents. His life takes a dramatic turn after an accident causes him to revert back to ‘normal’ intelligence.” Ed Solomon (Men in Black) wrote the script, but Gluck is expected to develop a draft of his own. Hit the jump for more, including the trailer for Vitus.