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Michael Showalter, who collaborated with Nanjiani on "The Big Sick", will direct the new film from a script by Aaron Abrams, Brendan Gall, and Martin Gero, reported Variety.
Amidst rumours that the director's next will be on the lines of his 2009 movie "Love Aaj Kal", the director has said that he can't reveal anything about the movie.
The streaming giant made the announcement on Instagram Saturday.
He is also set to star in "To All The Boys..." sequel with co-star Lana Condor and "Charlie's Angels" reboot, among others.
It is the flu season. At doctors’ clinics all around, there are people sniffling and coughing, looking bleary-eyed at each other and wondering what sort of flu it is.
She is often labelled as hot and ravishing. So, was there any kind of pressure on her?
Prosecutors revealed that the 61-year-old drug lord used to plot crime deals with wife and lover via messages.
Boynton stars as Mercury's lover and muse, Mary Austin, who was the inspiration behind the singer's 1975 hit song 'Love of My Life'.
Director Vidhu Vinod Chopra dismissed Manisha Koirala as a "terrible actress" but she was in no mood to give up.
The original film, co-written by Sarang Jayaprakash and Lijo Panadan, is produced by Ousepachan Vaalakuzhy under the Ousepachan Movie House banner.
Austria's constitutional court ruled in 2017 that same-sex couples should have the right to marry from January 1, 2019.
From 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' to 'Black Mirror', a lot of Netflix originals have grabbed attention in 2018. Here are our personal picks.
Be it black comedy thriller "AndhaDhun" or light hearted comedy film "Badhaai Ho" or horror comedy "Stree", the year of 2018 saw a string of content driven and small budget movies.
In recent years, Oz spoke out against the policies of Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, shunning official Israeli functions abroad in protest at the 'growing extremism'.
2018 has been a year of crazy romances. A young, innovative bunch of actors and directors made us see love from the underside — warts and all, twisting old plots into newer and funnier shapes.