At just 29-years-old, Dylan O’Brien is one of the most recognizable young actors in Hollywood today. Following a recent critically acclaimed turn in the romantic comedy Love and Monsters, O’Brien will next team with another bright young star. As first reported by Variety, O’Brien will join Zoey Deutch for a new film in the works at Searchlight Pictures.
Searchlight will produce the feature, titled Not Okay, with Hulu handling distribution domestically. Moreover, the movie will hit international markets via the Star Disney+ add-on feature. O’Brien and Deutch will lead the film’s ensemble cast also including Mia Isaac (Don’t Make Me Go), Embeth Davidtz (Matilda), Nadia Alexander (Blame).
Hailing from writer-director Quinn Shephard (Unaccompanied Minors), the film is already shooting in New York City. The plot reportedly follows a misguided young woman who is desperate for friends and fame. After faking a trip to Paris to garner attention on social media, a real-life terrifying incident becomes a part of her imaginary trip. Along the way, her little white lie becomes a moral dilemma that gives her all the attention she could ever ask for.
The upcoming film will mark the second time O’Brien and Deutch will appear in a film together in the coming months. The two will star alongside The Trial Of The Chicago 7 standout Mark Rylance in Graham Moore’s The Outfit. Moreover, Dylan O’Brien recently wowed audiences with a memorable performance in the monster-adventure film Love and Monsters. Up next, O’Brien will star opposite Mark Wahlberg and Chiwetel Ejiofor in Antoine Fuqua’s Infinite. Moreover, Zoey Deutch continues to impress with her roles in Netflix’s The Politician and Zombieland: Double Tap. Next for the actress is a starring role in a film titled Hound.
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