‘No Hard Feelings’: Jennifer Lawrence To Star In Comedy From Director Of ‘Good Boys’

Oscar-winning actress Jennifer Lawrence teaming up with the guy behind comedies Bad Teacher and Good Boys? Sounds like a strange mix, especially given how picky she’s been lately, but it’s definitely happening with the upcoming film, No Hard Feelings.

THR reports Lawrence will star in No Hard Feelings, a comedy from director and co-writer Gene Stupnitsky. Sony recently acquired the rights to the film, which has no plot details at the moment but is being compared to Risky Business and Bad Teacher. So we can assume Lawrence is playing some sort of rebel? Also on the script with Stupnitsky is John Phillips.

Lawrence has been stepping up her activity after taking a break for a few years. She’ll be seen next in Adam McKay’s starry Don’t Look Up opposite Leonardo DiCaprio, as well as A24’s Red, White and Water.


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