Anne Hathaway and Salma Hayek will co-star in drama Seesaw Monster for Netflix, and here are the first details.
It’s been a good year for author Kotaro Isaka. The adaptation of his novel Bullet Train, directed by David Leitch and starring Brad Pitt, took over $200 million at the box office, and now news is emerging that another of his novels is getting the big screen treatment.
Although no official synopsis has been released, the Seesaw Monster novel is a two hander story that moves between the Japan of the Showa era and 2050, which follows the fractured relationship between two rivals who are forced together.
Hathaway and Hayek will star as the central characters, with further casting yet to be announced.
A director is yet to be attached, but a script has been written by Oceans Eight scribe Olivia Milch.
Seesaw Monster will be released via Netflix, We’ll keep you updated as we hear more.
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