Nancy Meyers’ new romantic comedy “Paris Paramount,” starring Scarlett Johansson, Penelope Cruz, Owen Wilson and Michael Fassbender, has been pulled by Netflix after failed negotiations.
Paris Paramount is a Warner Bros. being offered to other participating studios.
Meyers has had many hits over the decades, producing films such as What women want, It’s complicatedand Something has to give.
Meyers took to his personal Instagram account on Saturday afternoon to give fans a vague update on the film.
“A lot has been written about my new movie,” Meyers captioned the post. “Here’s one thing I can easily explain – and that title is ‘Most Important in Paris.’ It’s from Ernst Lubitsch, the brilliant and elegant comedy director (I might say the creator of the romantic comedy). The film is about a group of people who make films and the magic and mystery of what we do. As always, Lubich said it well.”
The new film tells the story of love between two actors. Meyers received an Academy Award nomination for Best Screenplay for Private Benjamin (1980) with Charles Scheier and Harvey Miller.