After Netflix and Nancy Meyers parted ways last month over budget concerns over the filmmaker’s comeback project, Warner Bros. swooped in to start the conversation. While a deal has yet to be confirmed, all signs point to a likely theatrical release, with A-listers Scarlett Johansson, Penelope Cruz, Michael Fassbender and Owen Wilson will be featured.
THR meets Wilson at the premiere of his film Paint, the actor is very optimistic. “Originally, it was intended as a streaming movie, but now it might be [with Warner Bros.], it seems like the Nancy Meyers movie you want and expect,” the actor relayed, opening his mouth A brief recap of his conversation with Meyers before signing on.
“She just loves the movie, that’s what makes it interesting – talking to her about what the movie looks like and some references to older movies that she likes I love too. “
Although there is no official confirmation, the project is called
Paris Paramount, though it’s not clear if that’s a working title, a code name, or an official name. Previous sources have told THR Paris that a talented Centered on a young writer-director who falls in love with a producer, the pair made several successful films before calling it quits romantically and professionally. However, when a great new project emerges and the two are forced to get back together, they find themselves working together again and having to deal with high stakes and volatile stardom.
A version of this story first appeared in The Hollywood Reporter Magazine in April on the number. Click here to subscribe .