Nancy Meyers’ $130 Million Netflix Movie Shut Down Over Budget Issues

Nancy Meyers' $130 Million Netflix Movie Shut Down Over Budget Issues

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Less than a year after well-known rom-com filmmaker Nancy Meyers coyly verified she struck an offer with Netflix to compose and direct an untitled ensemble funny, the banner has actually apparently shelved the highly-anticipated task.

The Hollywood Reporter, pointing out sources near to the circumstance, reported that the streaming service and motion picture director might not pertain to a contract on the movie’s spending plan. Though Nancy– whose work consists of Father of the Bride, The Parent Trap, Something’s Gotta Give and The Holiday— gone for a spending plan of a minimum of $150 million, Netflix apparently set an optimum of $130 million.

The romantic funny currently had significant star power tentatively connected consisting of Scarlett Johansson, Owen Wilson, Penelope Cruz and Michael Fassbender The story was set to focus on a filmmaking set who fell in love and were reunited for a brand-new task after their break up, according to the publication.

The upgrade on Nancy’s newest rom-com comes almost 8 years after her last full-length movie was launched, as she composed and directed the 2015 comedy-drama, The Intern, starring Anne Hathaway and Robert De Niro

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