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Apart from 2020 Four good morningMila Kunis has taken a little breather from acting in recent years, making Netflix even luckier to find her for its next film adaptation from author Jessica Knoll. The luckiest girl in the world, according to Variety. Knoll’s novel, its debut release, became a New York novel Times best-seller upon release in 2015. The script will be adapted by the author, as well as the executive producer, with Mike Barker directing and Kunis Orchard Fam Productions producing.
The luckiest girl in the world follows protagonist Ani Fanelli (Kunis), who from the outside seems to have it all: job at a glamorous magazine, perfect fiancé, fabulous apartment in New York, in this case Mila Kunis. However, as with most mystery novels, Ani survived a series of unspoken tragedies in her past that, to overcome, she effectively transformed into a completely different person. Only when a true crime documentary investigates “a devastating incident from her teenage years,” while a student at the prestigious Bradley School, is Ani forced to accept the truth in her “meticulously crafted life.” All of which doesn’t make her sound particularly lucky, but again, the “alive” part is probably the most important part of this genre.