Stranger Things actor Maya Hawke to star in coming-of-age film Revolver

Maya Hawke will share screen space with her father Ethan in Revolver.

Press Trust of India November 01, 2020 13:26:18 IST
Stranger Things actor Maya Hawke to star in coming-of-age film Revolver

Hollywood star Ethan Hawke is teaming up with his daughter Maya Hawke for coming-of-age feature Revolver.

Andrew Stanton, known for directing movies such as Finding Nemo and WALL-E, will helm the project from a script by Kate Trefry, reported Variety.

The story takes place on 27 June, 1966, when The Beatles’ flight to Japan is forced to make an unexpected stop in Anchorage, Alaska.

Maya will play Jane, a teen resident of the city, who devises a plan to lose her virginity to George Harrison as she discovers that adventure (and romance) are actually a little closer to home than she thought. The details of Ethan's character are not yet known.

Ross Jacobson and Jen Dana produce the feature through their banner 3311 productions.

Maya, broke out after playing Robin in the third season of Netflix series Stranger Things, most recently featured in Gia Coppola’s Mainstream.

Ethan was last seen in Tesla. He currently stars in Showtime's limited series The Good Lord Bird.

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