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Jennifer Lawrence’s new R-rated comedy film, titled No Hard Feelings, officially has an exclusive theatrical release date for next year.

Jennifer Lawrence‘s new R-rated comedy film now has a release date. Titled No hard feelingsthe film is being helmed by Gene Stupnisky, who recently directed it the mystery/adventure Good boys. Stupnisky is co-writing the screenplay with John Phillips, who is also serving as executive producer. Currently, Lawrence is the sole star of the project, and the actor will also produce the film with Alex Saks, Marc Provissiero, and Naomi Odenkirk. Sony Pictures acquired the rights to No hard feelings in October 2021 and surpassed many studios and major streamers who wanted the project.

Details of the film’s plot are currently under wraps, but Sony has also said the film will be a “R-rated comedy with heart” although this description is still largely vague. However, meeting has reported that the film will be a “slippery” comedy, similar There’s something about Mary and Bad teacher, Stupnitsky also co-wrote the latter. The new comedy hits theaters on June 16, 2023.

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Lawrence’s last film Don’t look upShe has been nominated for four Academy Awards, including Best Picture. She will soon be working again with his director Adam McKay, himself known for comedies like The Beloved stepbrothers. No hard feelings Lawrence will venture for the first time into the world of a tough R-rated comedy à la Bad teacher, and it’s certainly an exciting addition to the actor’s diverse filmography. Although not much is known about the project, the title suggests it No hard feelings could be some kind of romantic comedy. While most theatrical comedies released by major studios are typically rated PG-13, their harsh R rating is sure to spark interest and Jennifer LawrenceThe role of will likely become clearer in the coming months.


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