Mila Kunis and Michael Keaton will co-star in Christmas film Goodrich, and details on the film have landed.
Not that he ever went away, but since 2015’s Birdman, Michael Keaton has seen a resurgence in his film career that has seen him reprise the role of Batman. And even if we will never get to see what he filmed for Batgirl, we can at least look forward to seeing him in The Flash, and the long awaited sequel to Beetlejuice is finally aiming to shoot this year.
Mila Kunis, meanwhile, recently won plaudits for her performance as a drug addict in Netflix film Four Good Days.
The two are set to co-star in the holiday themed comedy Goodrich, which will tell the story “of art dealer Andy Goodrich (Keaton), a man whose life is upended when his younger second wife leaves him and enters a 90-day rehab program while also threatening divorce. Goodrich takes charge of their nine-year-old twins, thrusting him into the world of modern parenthood for which he is deeply unprepared. With his career falling by the wayside, he leans on his grown and pregnant daughter Grace for support, and ultimately evolves into the father Grace never had”.
Hallie Meyers-Shyer will write and direct.
Goodrich is set to begin production next month in Los Angeles, we’ll keep you updated as we hear more.
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