Ryan Reynolds, John Krasinki Team Up For A Fantasy Comedy

Imaginary Friends is real.


Ryan Reynolds and John Krasinski are coming together for a new fantasy comedy that sounds like a delight. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the Deadpool actor and The Office alum will play the lead roles in a movie called Imaginary Friends.

The movie follows the story of a man who can see and speak to imaginary friends. Some of the imaginary friends are lost souls who are overlooked or forgotten. Others, however, lose hope and forget what's important. Reynolds plays a character who must save the world from the imaginary friends who have become evil.

Star Trek studio Paramount outbid companies like Lionsgate and Sony to pick up Imaginary Friends. However, THR notes that the deal isn't officially signed as of yet.

Krasinski is reportedly going to write, direct, produce, and co-star in the movie.

If the deal is made, Krasinski will be staying in a familiar place, as Krasinski's A Quiet Place and its sequel are both made at Paramount.

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