Natalie Morales is feelings so good…
The 37-year-old Cuban American actress and director has joined the cast of Sony’s R-rated Jennifer Lawrence comedy No Hard Feelings.
The Gene Stupnitsky-directed film, which is currently shooting, follows Lawrence as a ne’er-do-well who is hired by a rich couple to befriend their socially awkward kid.
Disney+/Broadway star Andrew Barth Feldman plays the kid; his parents are played by Matthew Broderick and Laura Benanti. Ebon Moss-Bachrach also stars.
Morales most recently wrote, directed and starred in Language Lessons opposite Mark Duplass. She also directed the Hulu film Plan B and was nominated for an Imagen Award for her acting work in Language Lessons.
She’ll next be seen in the film I’m Totally Fine, which she executive produces and stars opposite Jillian Bell.
Her television roles include White Collar, The Grinder, Parks and Recreation, and Santa Clarita Diet.
Stupnitsky and John Phillips penned the screenplay for No Hard Feelings. Alex Saks, Marc Provissiero, Naomi Odenkirk, Lawrence and Justine Ciarrochi are producing. John Phillips is executive producing.
No Hard Feelings hits theaters on June 16, 2023.