Kate McKinnon (Ghostbusters) continues to be one of the busiest working actors around, fitting in movies during her time off from Saturday Night Live. Now news arrives via Deadline that she is in talks to co-star with Mila Kunis (Black Swan) in The Spy Who Dumped Me.
Susanna Fogel (Life Partners) co-wrote the script with David Iserson (Saturday Night Live) and will be calling the shots on the movie for Lionsgate. The new comedy should find McKinnon and Kunis as best friends who are always there for each other. When one of the women discovers that the boyfriend who dumped her was actually a spy, they become entangled in an international conspiracy.
No other details have been released, though Brian Grazer (Rush) is aboard to produce via his Imagine Entertainment company and shooting should kick off this summer.
Kunis most recently appeared in hit comedy Bad Moms and has a few projects in development. McKinnon was part of the cast for Office Christmas Party and is back in new raucous comedy Rough Night, due 16 June.