Meg Ryan fans in disbelief as she announces film’s return after 7 years with Christmas rom-com
Meg Ryan fans were excited after the actor announced his return to acting.
The movie star whose When Harry Met Sally, Insomnia in Seattle and You’ve got mail returns not only to star but also to direct a new romantic comedy.
She will appear in the film, titled What happens laternext to X-files star David Duchovny, and, according to Varietyit will give an “evolved and nostalgic” twist to the genre.
Ryan announced the project by sharing a photo of the poster on his Instagram page. She captioned it: “HERE WE GO.”
This will be his first film since 2015 Ithacawhich she also directed and starred in.
Before that, Ryan took a step back from the film industry after roles in The women and serious moonlight in 2008 and 2009 respectively. She continued to appear in a TV show web therapy and had a cameo role in the HBO series Calm your enthusiasm.
What happens later is based on the play by Steven Dietz Shooting starwhich follows two ex-lovers who reunite after being locked in an airport overnight.
Speaking of romantic comedies in 2019, Ryan said New York Times Review: “I am aware now that romantic comedies are confections, but they have a construction. There is architecture. It’s not something I was aware of at the time.
Ryan’s fans have expressed their excitement over the news, with one telling him, “Finally! We missed you !
“Very happy to see you playing again,” added another, with one enthusiastic fan saying, “Absolutely wonderful news!!”
Julia Roberts is also returning to the romantic comedy genre this year with ticket to paradise, in which she will star alongside George Clooney. She recently said The New York Times magazine that she hasn’t appeared in a romantic comedy in the past 20 years because she hadn’t read a script that she considered “good enough”.
The new movie will be released on September 16.
In recent years, Ryan’s son, Jack Quaid, has become a star thanks to his roles in The boys, One more and the latest Scream movie.