DEADLINE – EXCLUSIVE: Zoey Deutch is set to co-star in the Warner Bros and Clint Eastwood pic Juror #2 starring Nicholas Hoult and Toni Collette. Jonathan Abrams penned the script. Adam Goodman, Matt Skiena, Tim Moore and Jessica Meier will produce.
The pic follows family man Justin Kemp who, while serving as a juror in a high-profile murder trial, finds himself struggling with a serious moral dilemma … one he could use to sway the jury verdict and potentially convict — or free — the wrong killer. Ellen Goldsmith-Vein and Jeremy Bell will exec produce.
Last year, Deutch starred in a trio of films including The Outfit, opposite Mark Rylance, for which she was nominated for a British Independent Spirit Award; the satirical dramedy Not Okay, which she also produced with Make Ready and Searchlight’s Not Okay (which she exec produced); and Something From Tiffany’s for Amazon and Hello Sunshine which she also executive produced. Other notable credits include Max Winkler’s Flower and Richard Linklater’s Everybody Wants Some.
She is repped by CAA and Gretchen Rush.
Screen captures of Zoey as Rachel in Something From Tiffany’s (2022) are now in the gallery. Remember to stream Something From Tiffany’s on Prime!
Hi, Zoey fans! Screen captures of Zoey as Dani in Not Okay (2022) have been added to the gallery. Not Okay is available on Hulu.
It seems like Zoey Deutch is everywhere these days. Between the meet-cute comedy Set It Up, the biting social media satire Not Okay, and crime thriller The Outfit, the Los Angeles native has found herself at the center of an impressively diverse slate of films as of late. Her newest project to hit streaming is Something From Tiffany’s, a sweet holiday romance, produced by Reese Witherspoon and adapted from the novel by Melissa Hill. To help her make sense of the madness, Deutch called up her former Set It Up beau Glen Powell, currently starring in the film Devotion, to talk about finding that elusive work/life balance, the peaks and pitfalls of working with your heroes, and driving the rom-com renaissance together.