Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell to star opposite each other in untitled, R-rated romantic comedy
The R-rated feature is based on a Ilana Wolpert-written script that Gluck is re-writing.
Coming soon! Sydney Sweeney and Glen Powell have been tapped to star opposite each other in a new romantic comedy from Sony Pictures
Gluck will produce with Joe Roth, Jeff Kirschenbaum as part of his deal with Sony and his company Olive Bridge Entertainment.
The Everything Sucks actress will also executive produce for Fifty-Fifty Films, with Natalie Sellers and Alyssa Altman joining with RK Films.
The deal was finalized at the end of 2022 and shooting will kick off at the end of February.
Sydney took to her Instagram account on Wednesday to share the news with her 14.4 million followers by posting a screenshot from the Deadline article.
The two entertainers, 25 and 34 respectively, will hit the silver screen in a currently untitled movie directed by Will Gluck, Deadline reported
Excited: Sydney took to her Instagram account on Wednesday to share the news with her 14.4 million followers by posting a screenshot from the Deadline article
‘See you soon mate,’ the bombshell captioned the image, in addition to a winking emoticon, which she tagged Glen, Will, and Sony in.
Up next for the Spokane, Washington-born star is a busy year as she has been signed on to multiple projects.
In 2023 the White Lotus star will be seen in the Sony/Marvel movie Madame Web, following up with The Registration and Barbarella.
She’ll also produce a TV adaptation of The Players Table, based on the novel They Wish They Were Us by Jessica Goodman.
As for Powell, the new movie with the blue-eyed beauty will mark his return to rom-coms, after having starred opposite Zoey Deutch in Set It Up.
Last year, he was seen in Top Gun: Maverick before working with Sony to executive produce Devotion.
He can next be seen in the Universal sci-fi thriller Deputy X and will later work with Nick Jonas in Foreign Relations.
Gluck has an exciting roster for the foreseeable future as well, including an action comedy called End of the World.
Back to work: The R-rated feature is based on a Ilana Wolpert-written script that Gluck is re-writing