From Hollywood, actors Will Smith and Kevin Hart will back in the Paramount Pictures’ remake of Planes, Trains and Automobiles via Smith’s Westbrook Studios and Hart’s HartBeat Productions.
Paramount Pictures’ remake of the classic John Hughes road trip comedy Planes, Trains & Automobiles (1987) as a star agency for Will Smith and Kevin Hart that Smith’s Westbrook Studios and Hart’s Hartbeat Productions will produce.
The first one was directed by John Hughes, which was starring as a pair duet, Steve Martin and John Candy, mismatched entrepreneurs, who are trying to get home to Chicago for Thanksgiving in the face of a series of travel disasters.
Upcoming, Will Smith and Kevin Hart stepped in for Martin and Candy in the new project film via their banners respectively, Westbrook Studios and HartBeat Productions.
Aeysha Carr, producer, and writer on hit cop comedy series Brooklyn 99, is set to pen the screenplay, marking her feature writing debut. Most recently, She has executive produced the upcoming Hulu series Woke, which to be premiered in Sep starring New Girl’s Lamorne Morris and SNL‘s Sasheer Zamata.
Will Smith and Kevin Hart are producing the film adjacent Westbrook Studios co-president and motion pictures’ Jon Mone and HartBeat’s president of film and television Bryan Smiley.
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