Jennifer Lawrence’s new R-rated comedy motion picture now has a release date. Titled No Hard Feelings, the flick is being directed by Gene Stupnisky, that just recently helmed the mystery/adventure Good Boys. Stupnisky is co-writing the screenplay with John Phillips, that will certainly also executive fruit and vegetables. Currently, Lawrence is the only star connected to the project, as well as the actor will additionally create the film with Alex Saks, Marc Provissiero, and also Naomi Odenkirk. Sony Pictures acquired the civil liberties to No Hard Feelings in October 2021, outcompeting major streamers as well as lots of workshops that desired the project.
Story details of the film are currently being kept under covers, but Sony has also said that the flick will certainly be an “R-rated comedy with heart,” though this description is still largely unclear. Deadline has actually reported that the film will be a “x-rated” comedy, comparable to There’s Something About Mary and Bad Teacher, the latter of which Stupnitsky also co-wrote. The new comedy will release in theatres on June 16, 2023.
Lawrence’s last movie, Don’t Look Up, was chosen for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. She will certainly quickly re-team with its director, Adam McKay, who himself is widely known for funnies, such as the beloved Step Brothers. No Hard Feelings will be the first time Lawrence ventures into the globe of a hard R-rated comedy à la Bad Teacher, nevertheless, as well as it is certainly an exciting addition to the actor’s diverse filmography. Though very little is understood about the task, its title suggests that No Hard Feelings could be a charming comedy of kinds. While a lot of theatrical comedies released from significant workshops are usually ranked PG-13, its hard R ranking will certainly ignite interest, and also Jennifer Lawrence’s role will likely end up being clearer in the coming months.