Actor-comedian Charlie Day is soon going to be seen on your digital screens with the romantic comedy film I Want You Back. It is directed by Jason Orley.
I Want You Back revolves around two characters Peter (Portrayed by Charlie) and Emma (Jenny Slate) whose partners have broken up with them, now Emma and Peter teamed up to get their exes back.
Star Cast of I Want You Back
Charlie and Jenny are playing the main lead roles in the film apart from them Gina Rodriguez (Anne), Scott Eastwood (Noah), Manny Jacinto (Logan), Clark Backo (Ginny) in the significant roles.
Other actors Jami Gertz (Rita), Jordan Francis(Lisa), Mason Gooding (Paul), Isabel May (Leighton), Luke David Blumm (Trevor), Dylan Gelula (Lisa) are also part of the film.
I Want You Back Release Date
I Want You Back went on floors from March 2021 and concluded around April 2021. In Sept 2021, Distributors Amazon Studios announced the release date that It will be premiered on 11 February 2022 worldwide on the streaming platform Amazon Prime Video.
The Official Trailer of I Wants You Back was unveiled on Dec 20, and it has been viewed over 18 lakh times with 4.5k likes in three weeks. The comical trailer was well received by the viewers and the main leads fans are eagerly waiting to watch the film.
Behind The Scenes(BTS) Team
Isaac Aptaker and Elizabeth Berger wrote the screenplay and they both produced the film as well with Peter Safran and John Rickard under the banner The Safran Company with the collaboration with The Walk-Up Company. Amazon Studios are the domestic and worldwide distributors of the film.
Upcoming films of the Main Leads
Talking about the main leads, Charlie Day, he will next be collaborating with Universal Pictures’ Untitled Mario animated Film in which he is to give the voice of Luigi Character, he then will be seen in a comedy film, which he himself wrote and directed, reportedly the film has almost concluded the production phase and currently on its post-production phase.
On the other Jenny Slate will be appearing next in a science fiction film Daniel Kwan directorial Everything Everywhere All at Once, and an animated film The Ark and The Aardvark on the latter film she will be giving her voice to a character called Mitzi, both the films reportedly on their post-production stages.