Andrew Barth Feldman and Jennifer Lawrence join the cast of ‘No Hard Feelings’

Sony Pictures have officially revealed Jenniffer Lawrence as the star cast of the upcoming R-rated comedy film “No Hard Feelings” alongside Andrew Barth Feldman. As one f now details are scarce about the film, and the official logline has not been revealed either. 


Feldman is a Broadway and Disney plus actor who has landed himself in a major role opposite Lawrence although the character details for both the actors in the upcoming film are strictly kept under wraps. The actor recently completed production on Netflix’s feature film  “A Tourist’s Guide To Love.” He also appeared in a recurring role in the Disney plus popular program “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series.” Feldman marked his first Broadway appearance playing the title role in “Dear Evan Hansen.”


Andrew Barth Feldman is repped by A3 Artists Agency and Attorney Ryan LeVine.


As for Lawrence, she instantly rose to fame when she starred in “The Hunger Games” film series in which she portrayed Katniss Everdeen. She has since then had an extensive career. Currently, “No Hard Feelings” is solely the latest addition to the actress’s slate of forthcoming projects after her brief career break following the discharge of 2019’s film “Dark Phoenix.” However, she is making a return this year with projects lined up after the next. Lawrence will be seen next in Netflix’s “Don’t Look Up,” and Adam McKay’s “The Big Short. For future projects, she will star in Paolo Sorrentino’s “Mob Girl” and portray Elizabeth Holmes founder of Theranos in “Bad Blood,” which will once again reunite Jennifer with filmmaker McKay.


Lawrence is repped by LBI Entertainment and Hansen Jacobson. 


The film is set to be helmed by Gene Stupnitsky. He’s also a writer and serves as a co-executive producer on NBC’s “The Office.” 


Also this will be Stupnitsky’s sequel to the 2019 comedy flick “Good Boys,” and his directorial debut for a feature length. The filmmaker will also co-write “No Hard Feelings,” with John Phillips who is also serving as an executive producer.


Set in Montauk, NY, “No Hard Feelings” is considered an R-rated comedy which is closely related to the 1983 Tom Cruise starrer flick “Risky Business” and the 2011 Cameron Diaz starrer movie “Bad Teacher,” which the filmmaker also served as a writer and executive produced the film.


The film is scheduled to be released on June 16, 2023.

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