Richard Wong will direct the 2006 remake of French Fake. Samara Weaving, who exploded her head with her breakout turn in the horror hit Red or Not, is taking a comedic turn, closing a deal to star with Eugenio Derbies in the English-language remake of the French film The Valet in Lionsgate done. Richard Wong, who directed the well-known road trip comedy Come Come You.
Weaving will play the role of a film star, who introduces a parking valet named Antonio (Derbez) as her boyfriend to cover for a relationship with a married man. As a Latinx valet, hard-working Antonio usually passes through the world anonymously, but through Ryus, he is seen as the worthy man he has always been. The script was written by Rob Greenberg and Bob Fisher, an overboard remake of Derbys, which took in $ 91 million worldwide.
Derbys and his producing partner Ben Odell are producing the valet through the banner of their 3Pas studio. “This character needs to be made funny, strong, and weak,” Odd said in a statement. In the 3Pas family ” Lionsgate’s motion picture group stated, “Samara is absolutely adept at playing the role of a man who never departs from the world. Erin Westman, president of the production.” That would be a perfect contrast to Eugenio’s character, that person Like the one everyone often ignores. “
Westman described Wong as “a director on the rise with just the right take and comedic sensibilities”. Meredith Vieck and Aaron Edmonds oversee Lionsgate. Since Ready or Not Out, Knitting Ryan Murphy’s ensemble last year was part of Hollywood, which starred in Bill and Ted’s Face the Music, and Sneak’s Eyes: G.I. Joe Original is playing the role of action heroine Scarlett in the upcoming Paramount film based on the Hasbro property.
In addition to Come’s You, Wong featured Kolma: The Musical as her first feature, earning her a nomination for an Independent Spirit Award and a Gotham Award. He recently directed several episodes of Dear … for Apple. Knitting has been reissued by WME, Untitled Entertainment, and lawyer PJ Shapiro. Wong is replaced by Reeve, manager Ragna Narvik, and Hanson Jacobson.