Jonah Hill is set to direct Keanu Reeves in Outcome

Hill will be directing this latest feature film, following The Mid 90’s and his autobiographical mental health documentary Stutz.

Jonah Hill and Keanu Reeves are officially collaborating for an upcoming feature.

Hill returns to the director’s chair with Outcome, based on a screenplay he co-wrote with Ezra Woods. Hill’s Strong Baby produced production banners. Deadline was the first to report the news.

While storyline details are still under wraps, IndieWire confirmed that actor Reeves is linked to the star. The actor recently left Martin Scorsese’s upcoming Hulu series Devil in a White City to direct John Wick Chapter 4 and reportedly star in its spin-off Ballerina opposite Ana de Armas. Reeves also wrote the comic book adaptation Berzerker, in which he will star, and a sequel to Constantine.

Reeves is represented by WME, Sugar23 and Ziffren Brittenham.

Oscar-nominated Hill made his directorial debut in 2018’s Mid-90s. Hill directed the autobiographical documentary Stutz, which chronicled his mental health journey with therapist Dr. Phil Stutz records. The ‘Wolf of Wall Street’ graduate previously announced that he would not be promoting ‘Stutz’ or any upcoming projects, including the Netflix comedy ‘You People’, in which he stars and which he co-directed with director Kenya Barris wrote the screenplay. Hill also directed a single episode of Adam McKay’s HBO series Winning Time.

“If I made myself sicker by going out and doing publicity, I wouldn’t be true to myself or the film,” Hill said in a statement following the Stutz announcement.

Hill continued, “I usually cringe at letters or statements like this, but I understand that I’m one of the privileged few who can afford to take some time off. I will not lose my job while working on my fear. With this letter and with Stutz, I hope it will become more normal for people to talk and act about this stuff. So that they can take steps to feel better about themselves and so that the people in their lives understand their problems more clearly.”

The ‘This Is the End’ star summed it up: “The whole purpose of this film is to make therapy and the tools I’ve learned in therapy available to a wide audience for their personal use through an entertaining film. “

IndieWire critic David Ehrlich wrote in his Stutz review that the film was “a film about the need to be vulnerable, no matter what it takes to get there.”

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