F. Gary Gray and Kevin Hart are teaming up for heist film Lift, which Netflix acquired in March.
Hart will play a master thief who is wooed by his ex-girlfriend and the FBI to pull off an impossible heist with his international crew on a 777 flying from London to Zurich.
Dan Kunka penned the script that Gray will direct.
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Simon Kinberg is producing alongside Audrey Chon for Genre Pictures, while Matt Reeves and Adam Kassan are producing for 6th & Idaho and Hart and Brian Smiley for HartBeat Productions.
Lift continues Hart’s creative partnership with the streamer. Hart’s next Netflix project Me Time starring Mark Wahlberg, Regina Hall, John Amos, and AnnMarie Horsford is currently in production. And you can now stream his previous project Fatherhood starring DeWanda Wise and Alfre Woodard.
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Gray, who is coming off Straight Outta Compton, The Fate of the Furious and Men in Black: International, had been set to next direct the action film Muscle with Vin Diesel. That film remains very much on track, but Diesel and Gray will pick that back up after Lift is finished and Diesel completed Fast and Furious 10.