A few months ago, “No Hard Feelings”, an R-rated comedy starring Jennifer Lawrence and directed by Gene Stupnitsky, was announced. The latest news that we bring you today concern the cast of the film, with the addition of two new faces.
Let’s talk about Natalie Morales and Scott MacArthur, who have officially joined the film. Morales recently wrote and directed Language Lessons, where she also starred opposite Mark Duplass. She also directed the Hulu film Plan B, while she will soon star in the film I’m Totally Fine, which she executive produces and where she will star alongside Jillian Bell. Her television roles include White Collar, The Grinder, Parks and Recreation and Santa Clarita Diet.
Recently, MacArthur starred in the new original series Peacock Killing It opposite Craig Robinson and in HBO’s The Righteous Gemstones opposite Danny McBride. MacArthur previously starred in Universal’s Halloween Kills and Netflix’s El Camino: A Breaking Bad Movie starring Aaron Paul.
The film sees the Lawrence as a maverick who is hired by a wealthy couple to make friends with their socially awkward child. Disney + / Broadway star Andrew Barth Feldman will play the child in question; his parents are played by Matthew Broderick and Laura Benanti.
No Hard Feelings will be released in theaters on June 16, 2023.