Actress, dancer and CHANEL darling Margaret Qualley has had a busy couple of months. She was in the now-Acadmy Award nominated film from Yorgos Lanthimos Poor Things, she walked CHANEL's Spring Sumer 24 show at Couture Fashion Week this week; and now it's bee announced that she will be re-teaming up with her Drive-Away Dolls director Ethan Coen (one half of the Coen brothers, who produced films like No Country For Old Men and Fargo).
The new film, entitled Honey Don’t!, already has a few big names attached to it, and seems to be named after the 1956 Carl Perkins song of the same name (made famous by the subsequent Beatles cover), so here's everything we know about the feature so far.
What is the plot?
While no plot details have been leaked just yet, Deadline reports that it's likely to be in the same vein as the lesbian comedy roadtrip film Drive-Away Dolls.
Who is in the cast?
Qualley wil be joining a cast that includes Aubrey Plaza (fresh from her stay at The White Lotus), and Chris Evans (Knives Out, Snowpiercer).
We know that Ethan Coen is once again at the helm of the film, directing from a script he wrote alongside his wife, Tricia Cooke. Cooke was an editor on Coen Brothers comedies like The Big Lebowski and O Brother, Where Art Thou?.
When will it be released?
The film is still in early stages of production and casting, so we don't have any news just yet about when and where Honey Don't will be released. All things considered, we'd expect to see this one making its way into cinemas and streaming platforms in mid-2025. We'll keep you updated as we hear more.