Mila Kunis to lead ‘Luckiest Girl Alive’ adaptation at Netflix

Actor Mila Kunis has been roped in to play the central character within the movie adaptation of writer Jessica Knoll’s 2015 novel “Luckiest Girl Alive”, set at Netflix.

Kunis may even produce the mission below her Orchard Farm Productions banner.

According to Variety, Mike Barker, whose credit embody episodes of “The Handmaid’s Tale” and “Fargo”, will direct the movie from a script by Knoll.

The story centres on Ani FaNelli (Kunis), a sharp-tongued New Yorker who seems to have all of it: a sought-after place at a shiny journal, a killer wardrobe, and a dream Nantucket wedding ceremony on the horizon.

“But when the director of a criminal offense documentary invitations her to inform her aspect of the surprising incident that happened when she was a youngster at the distinguished Bradley School, Ani is compelled to confront a darkish reality that threatens to unravel her meticulously crafted life,” the plotline reads.

Bruna Papandrea and Jeanne Snow will produce for Made Up Stories, with Erik Feig and Lucy Kitada for Picturestart.

Knoll, Lisa Sterbakov, Shayne Fiske Goldner and Steve Hutensky will function govt producers.



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