Daniel Radcliffe Revealed He Wants To Make A Rom-Com With Quinta Brunson, And Fans Need It To Happen ASAP

While Hollywood studio executives are busy pushing sequels and musical movies they refuse to mark as such (like Mean Girls whose trailer didn’t feature one song) to theaters, they’re missing out on the genre that audiences and talent wants to create: romantic comedies. The once prolific genre has been left off of development slates for years now and it seems actors and writers have finally had enough. 

When done right, romantic comedies have the power to become box office sensations. My Big Fat Greek Wedding and Crazy Rich Asians both set impressive records during their run, and Glen Powell and Sydney Sweeney’s movie Anyone but You has also been performing well since its December release. And yet, most major studies still refuse to put their time and effort behind romantic comedies. 

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