Vanessa Hudgens and Zach Braff are starring in a new comedy! They are acting alongside Evelyne Brochu and William Fichtner in the ‘French Girl,’ written and directed by James A. Woods & Nicolas Wright.
The story follows a high school teacher living in Brooklyn, named Gordon Kinski, played by Braff. His romantic interest in the film will be played by Brochu, who is chef Sophie Tremblay in the new comedy.
The couple will be making a trip to Sophie’s hometown in Quebec City, and they will encounter Hudgens’ character, super-chef Ruby Collins and owner of the Chateau Frontenac, who will test Sophie for a Michelin 3 star.
Deadline reports that the feature film “is produced by Valerie D’Auteuil, Andre Rouleau through Caramel Films & Anders Bard through aBard Production. Paramount Global & Elevation Pictures are handling distribution worldwide. Production is currently underway in Montreal & Quebec City.”
Apart from being booked and busy, Hudgens has shared her fascination for supernatural entities, revealing that she is not scared of having a deep connection with otherworldly beings, and she is really interested in embracing this side of her.