Biggs has finished principal photography on the film version of Elizabeth Wurtzel's autobiographical bestseller Prozac Nation. The movie is directed by Erik Skjoldbjaerg (Insomnia) and written by Frank Deasy (Captives) and stars Christina Ricci, whose interest in the book got the movie greenlighted, as Wurtzel, a young, hip music critic living life in the fast lane while battling almost crippling depression. Biggs co-stars with Jessica Lange, who plays Ricci's mother, and Anne Heche, who plays her psychiatrist. The film is currently in post-production and planned for release next year.

Biggs is in Vancouver until the end of July filming Saving Silverman, the new comedy by Big Daddy director Dennis Dugan. The film follows the misadventures of lifelong buddies J.D. (Jack Black) and Wayne (Steve Zahn), who decide their best friend Darren Silverman (Biggs) is in danger of being badgered into marrying the wrong woman - the selfish, egotistical Judith (Amanda Peet). They are determined to reunite Silverman with his first love Sandy (Amanda Detmer), whom he hasn't seen since school. There's only one problem - they have to kidnap Judith to get her out of the way. The movie is slated for release next spring.