Michael Keaton will soon lead the promising comedy Goodrich, and he’ll be in pretty good company on the set of this film. Mila Kunis will star opposite the Oscar-nominated actor in the next film from the Home Again director Hallie Meyers-Shyer.
Goodrich centers on an art dealer named Andy Goodrich (Keaton), whose life turns upside down after his second wife leaves him and enters a 90-day rehab program. He’s thrust into the world of modern parenthood and must seek help from his adult daughter Grace (Kunis) to raise his nine-year-old twins.
Goodrich marks the second directorial effort for Hallie Meyers-Shyer, who also wrote the script for this project. Keaton and Kunis will executive produce the film alongside Amy Pascal, while Jason Cloth and Dave Caplan’s C2 Motion Picture Group, Daniela Taplin Lundberg, and Kevin Mann are in charge of producing it.
Keaton is fresh off the success of the Hulu mini-series Dopesick, for which he won a Golden Globe, Emmy, Critics’ Choice, and SAG Award. We’ll soon get to see him return as Bruce Wayne/Batman in The Flash, three decades after the last time he played the iconic character.
As for Kunis, she recently starred in Netflix’s Luckiest Girl Alive and had a guest role on That ‘90s Show. She’s also attached to the action-comedy Jackpot, co-starring Bryan Cranston and Jennifer Garner.