Sterling K. Brown and Randall Park are teaming up for the untitled action-comedy set at Amazon. The film is described as a buddy cop movie in the vein of “48 Hrs.”
Wu-Tang: An American Saga co-creator Alex Tse is penning the project that centers on two estranged childhood friends who now find themselves on opposite sides of the law. They’re both framed and on the run, and must now survive long enough to clear their names and stop an international criminal enterprise.
Brown and Park are attached to star in the project and will produce via their respective banners, Indian Meadows and Imminent Collision. Producing alongside Park are Hieu Ho and Michael Golamco. Danielle Reardon will executive produce.
Park is currently at work on his directorial debut “Shortcomings” for Roadside Attractions that’s based on a graphic novel, and he was most recently seen in Marvel’s Disney+ series “WandaVision.”
Brown’s credit included This Is Us, Lincoln: Divided We Stand, Black Panther, and Frozen 2. He recently wrapped production on indie feature, Honk for Jesus, Save Your Soul. He will also star in