Nancy Meyers confirms her new movie title, teases its plot after Netflix split
Nancy Myers Talks about the drama surrounding her new film. It parted ways with Netflix over big budget earlier this week.
The director who is the mastermind behind romantic comedy classics like 2006 holiday and in 2003 Something’s Gotta Giveconfirmed the title of the currently stalled project and teased a hint about its storyline in an Instagram post on Saturday.
“There’s been a lot written about my new film,” Myers wrote. Paris Paramount. These are the words of Ernst Lubitsch, the splendid and elegant comedy director (dare I say the creator of romantic comedies). ”
She said, “This movie is about the magic and mystery of the group of people who make movies and what we do. As always, Lubitsch said it best.”
Along with her caption, Meyers shared a quote from the German director.
In the comments section of her post, author Ina Garten said, Gary Jannettyand Danny Pellegrino shared Meyer’s endorsement of the film, with Pellegrino stating “We’ll see where it ends!”
Myers and Netflix were unable to reach an agreement on the film’s budget. This was to be Myers’ first feature-length directing project in about a decade. hollywood reporterThe day after the split, deadline reported Warner Bros.has expressed interest in acquiring the projectwritten, produced, and directed by Myers.
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Just weeks after the director appeared to confirm rumors that Scarlett Johansson, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz and Michael Fassbender were in talks to star in the film, Myers stepped away from the streaming service. However, given the recent turmoil, it’s unclear if the actor will make an appearance.
On March 8, Myers posted a screenshot of a Google search that featured an article about possible casting, along with the words “Scarlett Johansson to direct Nancy Myers on Netflix.” , captioned the post, “Google, you’re so close.”
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