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.
Zoey Deutch dishes on her new holiday rom-com “Something From Tiffany’s,” which she produced alongside Reese Witherspoon. She also explains Christmas is a multi-month event in her house, saying her tree stays up “until it’s ready to go.”
“I’m so proud of making something that makes people feel good.” Zoey Deutch dishes on starring and producing her new Amazon Prime Video movie “Something From Tiffany’s,” and shares how she joined forces with Reese Witherspoon to bring romantic comedies back to life this holiday season. Zoey also dishes on pushing herself while rock climbing in Utah, having the best of both worlds celebrating Christmas and Hanukkah, and being made of “25% Lawry’s garlic salt.”
Zoey talks about inaccurate things people have added to her Wikipedia page, getting a Matzo ball soup tattoo on her ankle, her parents ditching her on Thanksgiving, officiating a wedding, revealing too much during her wedding speech, and working with Reese Witherspoon on Something From Tiffany’s.
PEOPLE – Zoey Deutch chats with PEOPLE about starring in and executive producing Something from Tiffany‘s, premiering Dec. 9 on Prime Video
Christmas in New York City is the magical backdrop for Zoey Deutch’s upcoming holiday romance Something from Tiffany’s.
The Prime Video film is based on the 2011 book of the same name by Melissa Hill and follows a couple, Rachel (Deutch, 27) and Gary (Ray Nicholson), who “are happy enough but not quite ready for that big commitment,” according to an official synopsis.
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