"Saturday Night Live" vet Kate McKinnon is teaming up with "Bad Moms" star and recent Stern Show guest Mila Kunis for an action-comedy, according to a report published Friday in Variety. "The Spy Who Dumped Me" centers around two best friends forced to take on a secret mission after one of them discovers her ex-boyfriend is a spy.
The film will be directed by "Chasing Life's" Susanna Fogel, who will co-write the script with David Iserson. Image Entertainment will produce the feature, with Lionsgate distributing. "The Spy Who Dumped Me" has reportedly been in the works for awhile, with producers waiting for Kunis and McKinnon's schedules to align, and the film will begin production this summer while "SNL" is on hiatus.
Next for McKinnon is the raunchy girls comedy "Rough Night" with Scarlett Johansson. Check out a recent red-band trailer here. Kunis, meanwhile, will star in a "Bad Moms Christmas," coming in December. Check out her recent Stern Show interview here.