‘Isn’t it Romantic’ is an upcoming romantic fantasy comedy starring Rebel Wilson. The film is directed by Todd Strauss-Schulson and is expected to be released in time for valentines day on February 14th, 2019 by Warner Bros. Pictures.
Written by Erin Cardillo, Dana Fox, and Katie Sibilberman, it also has an additional starring cast that includes Liam Hemsworth, Adam DeVine, Priyanka Chopra, Betty Gilpin, Adam Devine, Jennifer Saunders, and Shyrley Rodriguez. Read more: Rebel Wilson Joins Cats Movie Musical and Stunning Transfprmation Rebel Wilson | The List
Natalie, played by Rebel Wilson, is an architect living in New York. As a single woman, she was raised by her mother to believe that romantic comedies are a fairy tale spun by Hollywood. Being disenchanted by love, she goes through her life trying to convince others that the whole rom-com notion is a frivolous fantasy. Learn more about Rebel Wilson: https://www.broadway.com/buzz/194108/rebel-wilson-to-play-jennyanydots-in-cats-film/ and https://deadline.com/2018/11/cats-movie-rebel-wilson-cast-as-jennyanydots-andrew-lloyd-webber-1202504908/
That is, until the day she is mugged at a subway station. After hitting her head she awakens to discover that she is now trapped in what she refers to as an alternate rom-com ‘PG-13 Universe’. Natalie goes through many confusing scenarios and comedic romantic absurdities. Wilson finally realizes that her only escape from the cliched and absurd reality is to allow herself to fall in love, therefore achieving that so-called happily-ever-after story ending.
Rebel Wilson is an Australian actress who has starred in a vast array of comedies. She studied at the Australian Theatre for Young People. She has also furthered her career to include writing and producing. Born March 2nd, 1980, in Sydney, New South Wales, Australia, Rebel Wilson began her career starring on the Special Broadcasting Service comedy series called Pizza, along with a sketch comedy series called The Wedge.
After receiving the Australian Theatre for Young People international scholarship and funding from Nicole Kidman, she moved to New York in the United States. Once she arrived to New York she then furthered her training at Second City. This was followed by a second burst in her acting career. She then moved on to receive eighteen award nominations and six award wins. She received the Tropfest award, the Teen Choice award, and the MTV Movie Award on two occasions.
She plays her well-loved characters with her trademark Australian accent and sarcastic, yet likable, sense of humor. Some of Wilson’s most notable screen appearances have been Night at the Museum-Secret of the Tomb with Ben Stiller, How to Be Single, Bridesmaids, and Pitch Perfect, just to name a few.