According to The Hollywood ReporterZoë Kravitz has officially signed on to star in Leyna Krow’s film adaptation The Sundance Kid May Have Regrets. Successfully acquired by Warner Bros. Pictures are the rights to the heist thriller project after a competition bidding war.
The Sundance Kid May Have Regrets is the short story written by Leyna Krow. It’s been described as a change in the heist genre centered on twins – one with supernatural powers and one without, bank robbers.
In the film, “a twin named Maggie, who is the brain and the brawn with her telekinesis, super-energy, fluency of language, invincibility etc., while the narrator is the self-appointed face of operation, “reads the synopsis. “These twins follow Maggie every step of the way, but when their new business goes wrong, she starts to have doubts about the life they live, especially when the gunshot starts in her and to his insolent sister. “
In addition to starring, Zoë Kravitz will also be producing with Matt Jackson. Joanne Lee serves as executive producer.
Kravitz most recently starred as Selina Kyle/ Catwoman in Matt Reeves’ blockbuster film The Batman. He is expected to return the role in the already announced sequel to the film directed by Robert Pattinson in DC. He is currently working on preproduction for his feature directorial debut Pussy Islandstarring Naomi Ackie and Channing Tatum.