Emily Arlook, Bryan Greenberg, Andrew Schulz, and Jordan Firstman are the latest additions to join Netflix’s latest comedy film.
The new castmates join previously announced stars, Jonah Hill, Eddie Murphy, Nia Long, Julia Louis-Dreyfus, and David Duchovny.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Kenya Barris will direct the currently untitled picture, based on a script written by Barris and Hill. The two are also attached to produce alongside Kevin Misher.
The untitled project is described as an examination of modern love and family, with a focus on how clashing ages, cultures and views can affect relationships.
Hill and Long are touted to play a young couple, while Murphy, Louis-Dreyfus, and Duchovny will depict parents. Arlook is set to portray a woman from a blind date with Hill, and Greenberg will play his best friend. Both Schulz and Firstman will play Hill’s cousins.
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