The two talented actors, notorious for working together in their last film Always Be My Maybe, have joined forces to make a different kind of movie. Although not too much has been released, here's everything we know so far!


The screenplay of the film is set to be written by Young Il Kim. Although no log line has been released, public knowledge as of now says that it will revolve around a reunion of high school friends and pay tribute to classic heist films. Kim and Park will also be helping produce the movie. In a statement about the movie and what it is all about, Kim said:

"I think it has nods to Ocean's 11, The Full Monty as well as Better Luck Tomorrow. It's a story that kind of highlights community, friendship, unity in a very familiar genre that people I think will enjoy. We love heist movies. We want to be inclusive and we feel like there's a story here to be told. It's super exciting. Randall and I have wanted to do something together for a while. This is just a great reason to bring together talented actors who have been friends for a really long time and really have fun on a project that, with any luck, will be able to make an impact."

The two also made a joint statement about their excitement to tell this story. They shared:

"We can't wait to join with Young to tell this special story of friendship, pride and community. We're also very grateful to Amazon for their exceptional enthusiasm and support."

As of now, there is no news on when production will begin or a release date!

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