Sources say the film will be shot largely in Spanish and will feature a very naturalistic setting in the vein of ‘American Honey’.
The peanut butter hawk It was one of the best movies I saw in 2019, and now its directors Tyler nilson Y Michael Schwartz are partnering with growers Phil Lord Y Chris miller For his next film, Collider has learned exclusively.
Nilson and Schwartz are in talks to write, direct and produce the untitled film, which sources describe as a Cuban story that will be shot largely in Spanish with a very naturalistic vibe along the lines of American honey. Set in the midst of the growing AIDS epidemic of the early 1990s, the story is said to follow two brothers from the Cuban punk movement who enter a sanitarium to escape poverty.
Lord and Miller will produce under their own banner called Lord Miller alongside Aditya soodwhile Nilson and Schwartz will produce through their Lucky Treehouse company. Rebecca Karch Tomlinson will serve as executive producer for Lord Miller.
The peanut butter hawk was a great fan of the independent public starring Zack gottsagen like a young man with Down syndrome who dreams of becoming a wrestler. The film won an Audience Award at SXSW before its directors received a DGA Award nomination for Best Picture for the first time. It was also the highest-grossing platform launch of 2019.
Nilson and Schwartz are currently developing a limited series for Apple with Margot robbieLuckyChap and Warner Bros. Television, as well as an episodic drama featuring David duchovny for Showtime. They are represented by WME and Management 360, while UTA represents Lord and Miller.
Although Lord Miller is best known for producing high-profile animated dishes such as Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse and all the LEGO movies, has plunged into these low-budget indie waters once before, having produced Brigsby Bear starring SNLit is Kyle mooney Y Mark Hamill. Next up for the tile is the animated family comedy The Mitchells against the machines, which Netflix just bought as it tries to establish itself even more in the animated space, although I’m also looking forward to seeing Apple’s mystery comedy. The afterparty.
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