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Jennifer Lawrence will feature in ‘No Hard Feelings,’ an R-rated comedy

Jennifer Lawrence is collaborating with Gene Stupnitsky on an R-rated comedy film. ‘No Hard Feelings,’ a coming-of-age dramedy, is the title of the film.

Stupnitsky, who is most known for his work on NBC’s ‘The Office’ as a writer and co-executive producer, as well as his directorial debut picture ‘Good Boys,’ will direct the film from a story he will co-write with Joan Phillips.

No Hard Feelings’ is set in Montauk, New York, a town on Long Island’s east coast.

The picture is being marketed as an R-rated comedy in the manner of Tom Cruise’s ‘Risky Business’ from 1983 and Cameron Diaz’s ‘Bad Teacher,’ on which Stupnitsky worked as an executive producer and writer.

In its pursuit of the idea, the film firm allegedly faced competition from other large studios and streaming providers.

Film Company, the studio that backed Stupnitsky’s ‘Good Boys’, was also in fray but Sony eventually came out on top.

The studio now plans to provide the film with an exclusive theatrical release.

‘No Hard Feelings’ will be produced by Alex Saks, Marc ProvissieroNaomi Odenkirk, Lawrence, and Justine Polsky.

Jennifer Lawrence has a busy schedule ahead of her, as she will feature in a Netflix film directed by Adam McKay. For ‘Mob Girl,’ she will also collaborate with filmmaker Paolo Sorrentino.

McKay has another project with McKay, dubbed ‘Bad Blood,’ in which she will play Theranos founder Elizabeth Holmes.

Lawrence and Maroney had a wedding reception for 150 people, including Adele, Amy Schumer, Kris Jenner, and Emma Stone, among others.

‘Dark Phoenix,’ a prequel spin-off in the ‘X-Men’ film franchise in which she reprised her role as mutant Raven Darkholme aka Mystique, was the actor’s most recent cinematic appearance.