Nancy Meyers confirms the title of her new movie, teases its plot after the Netflix split
Nancy Myers She addresses the drama surrounding her new movie Yet parted ways with Netflix over its big budget earlier this week.
The director, who is the brains behind rom-com classics like 2006 Holiday and 2003 Something must be givenconfirmed the title of the now-paused project and teased a hint about his story in an Instagram post on Saturday.
“A lot has been written about my new movie,” Myers wrote. “That’s something I can easily spell out – and that’s the title – Paris Paramount. It’s from a quote by the brilliant and elegant comic director (dare I say creator of romantic comedies) Ernst Lubitsch.”
She added, “The movie is about a group of people making a movie and the magic and mystery of what we do. As always, Lubitsch said it’s the best it can be.”
Along with her caption, Myers shared a quote from the German director, which read: “I’ve been to Paris, France, I’ve been to Paris, Paramount, and honestly, I prefer Paris, Paramount.”
In the comments section of her post, authors Ina Garten, Gary Jannettyand Danny Pellegrino shared their support for Meyer’s film, with Pellegrino noting, “We’ll watch it wherever it ends!”
Myers and Netflix could not come to an agreement on the budget for the film, which would have marked Myers’ first feature-length directorial project in nearly a decade, Hollywood Reporter. In the days after the split, Delivery time A report has been written Warner Bros. He expressed interest in getting on the projectwhich Myers will write, produce and direct.
Carway Tang/WireImage Nancy Myers
Myers’ departure from the streaming service comes just weeks after the director confirmed rumors that Scarlett Johansson, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz, and Michael Fassbender were in talks to star in the film. However, it is unclear if the actors will appear in it now in light of the recent change.
On March 8th, Myers posted a screenshot of a Google search that included an article about the casting potential alongside the words, “Scarlett Johansson to direct Nancy Myers for Netflix.” She sarcastically captioned the post, “Google, you’re so close.”
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