The film, directed by the director of What Women Want, is still active and another production studio is being sought to finance it.
In recent weeks a film had made a lot of talk about itself: the romantic comedy from director Nancy Meyers (Love doesn’t go on vacation, Parents in Trap, What Women Want, The unexpected intern), which saw Netflix as the main production and distribution studio.
Movie That had attracted the spotlights and themedia attention not only for the cast chosen for the film, but above all for the considerable budget requested by the director.
Netflix cancels production on romantic comedy starring Scarlett Johansson due to production costs
The moviewhich was temporarily called Paris Paramountsaw in the cast, beyond Scarlett Johansson, other stars of the caliber of Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz and Owen Wilson. Reason for chat in the media, however, was the budget requested by director Nancy Meyers: who wandered around around 130 million of dollars.
A a conspicuous figure if one considers that usually comedies or romantic films do not exceed 90 million of production, a figure that has even made Netflix turn up their noses (known, for his part, to often spend huge sums on dubious quality action films), much to put end of the project.
Don’t despair though, if you wanted to see Scarlett Johansson work together with Michael Fassbender, Penélope Cruz and Owen Wilson there is still hope. In fact, second varietyLThe director and producers would be looking for other studios anyway willing to produce romantic film.
Nancy Meyers, after being nominated for an Academy Award in 1980 for the screenplay of Private Benjamin, made her directorial debut in 1998 with Parents in Trap, film with Lindsay Lohan that had made a great success at the box office. His latest film The Unexpected Intern (2017), a film with Robert de Niro and Anne Hathaway, had earned 135 million dollars at the box office from a budget of only 35 million.
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