Jennifer Lawrence R-Rated Comedy Gets Summer 2023 Release Date

After taking some time off, it looks like Jennifer Lawrence is coming back in a big way. Last year, she helped lead Adam McKay‘s Oscar nominated Don’t Look Up, while this year sees her potentially in Academy Award contention again for Red, White, and Water. Now, we already knew that she’s planning to star in a comedy next year, one from Gene Stupnitsky. Well, that project just got a 2023 release date from Sony.

According to Deadline, the Lawrence film, No Hard Feelings, is coming our way on June 16th of next year. Stupnitsky, who co-wrote this screenplay with John Phillips, has given us comedies like Bad Teacher and Good Boys, so some raunchy comedy is likely headed our way in 2023. With Jennifer Lawrence starring and producing, the possibilities here are quite strong!

Source: Deadline


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