Will Smith and Kevin Hart are set to handle the lead roles in a remake of “Planes, Trains & & Automobiles “for Paramount Pictures.The film will be a modern-day take on the initial, Fox News can validate, and Smith, 51, and Hart, 41, will star as 2 males that should collaborate to overcome barriers on their method to their liked ones.WILL SMITHS TEETH SEEMINGLY KNOCKED OUT BY JASON DERULO DURING GOLF LESSONThe initial film, which debuted in 1987, was directed and written by John Hughes and boasted Steve Martin and John Candy in the leading functions. Kevin Bacon also appeared.
Will Smith (left) and Kevin Hart will star in a remake of Planes, Trains && amp; Automobiles.
( Getty Images) The remake will be composed by Aeysha Carr, who has written episodes of “Brooklyn Nine-Nine” and “The Carmichael Show.” The job will be her feature movie writing debut.Carr also has producing credits under her belt, consisting of Hulus upcoming “Woke,” set to debut next month.KEVIN HART GIVES CO-STAR JOHN TRAVOLTA CONDOLENCES OVER LOSS OF WIFE KELLY PRESTONHart and Smiths production companies, HartBeat and Westbrook, respectively, are establishing the film, which will be produced by the stars and partners at their companies.
Steve Martin (left) and John Candy in 1987s Planes, Trains && amp; Automobiles.
( Paramount Pictures) Harts last movie was 2019s “Jumanji: The Next Level” and most just recently, he starred in Quibis “Die Hart.” CLICK HERE TO GET THE FOX NEWS APPSmith most just recently appeared in “Bad Boys for Life” and Westbrook supposedly reached a settlement in the lawsuit over the upcoming movie “King Richard,” in which he plays Richard Williams, father to tennis icons Venus and Serena Williams.

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