Josh Gad is officially reuniting with his co-stars from Beauty and the Beast and Murder on the Orient Express for a brand new movie coming to Netflix!
According to Entertainment Weekly, Josh Gad, Daisy Ridley, and Luke Evans have all signed on to star in Netflix’s upcoming movie Super-Normal.
The forthcoming film is set to put a silly spin on the superhero genre in a satirical way.
Gad will be pulling double duty on the new project. On top of starring alongside his former co-stars, the Frozen star will also be serving as producer on the project alongside Lego Movie veteran Dan Lin.
Additionally, Gad and Lin will be joined by Aaron and Jordan Kandell who will be writing the script for the project. Both screenwriters are known for their work on Disney’s Moana.
If putting a satirical lens to the superhero trope sounds like something you’d be interested in watching, you’ve got no one but Gad to thank for getting Super-Normal off the ground.
As EW reports, Gad was heavily involved behind the scenes in assembling the project, which was born of an idea he and the Kandells had together. Gad even went as far as to tap Ridley (with whom he stars in this year’s Murder on the Orient Express) and Evans (who played his BFF Gaston in Disney’s live action adaptation of Beauty and the Beast) to co-star in the upcoming movie alongside him.
We’ve had a blast seeing Gad interact with Ridley and Evans both on and off screen over the past few years, so we’ll definitely be looking forward to seeing these three team up together again!
There’s no word when we can expect Super-Normal to hit Netflix, but we’ll keep you posted on a potential release date for the project!
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