The filming of “With Love,” starring Ke Huy Quan, is scheduled to begin in Winnipeg, Manitoba, in April and end by the third week of May. The main character of the feature film is Marvin Gable, whose deceived ex-lover is returning to recover her identity and her men. Gable, the most popular realtor in the neighbourhood, has developed an extroverted social style as a coping mechanism for the shady history he left behind. Even though that could help him in the neighbourhood real estate market, Gable is finally forced to face his past and make a decision about his future after receiving an unexpected message and seeing his true love again.
Jonathan Eusebio is directing his first feature film with this project. Previously, the director coordinated stunts for a number of films. The most recent ones were the action-sci-fi picture “The Matrix Resurrections,” the Deadpool 2 staring Ryan Reynolds, “The Avengers,” “Obi-Wan Kenobi,” and “Violent Night.” He also served as the second unit director for the final two films. The film is being directed by Eusebio and is based on an original script by Josh Stoddard and Matthew Murray, the writers of “Kaleidoscope” and “Warrior.” The author of “Archenemy” and “The Day,” Luke Passmore, is completing the final manuscript.
The movie follows Ke Huy Quan’s Oscar-winning role alongside Michelle Yeoh in the genre-bending picture “Everything Everywhere All at Once.” For Disney+’s action-comedy series “American Born Chinese,” he and Yeoh got back together. The second season of Marvel Studio’s “Loki,” in which he portrayed Ouroboros “O.B.,” a TVA agent employed in the department of advancement and repairs, is his most recent release.
Following a significant career comeback, Quan has become an invincible force. His other forthcoming ventures include “Kung Fu Panda 4,” in which he co-stars with Awkwafina and Viola Davis. Additionally, he will feature in the 2024 Netflix original movie “The Electric State,” which is a sci-fi adventure thriller helmed by Anthony and Joe Russo and features a cast led by Millie Bobby Brown and Chris Pratt. The movie is based on the graphic novel of the same name.
Guy Danella, Kelly McCormick of 87 North Productions, and David Leitch are the producers of the film. The film’s distribution will be handled by Universal Studios. Leitch is well-known for having directed a number of well-known films, such as “Bullet Train,” “Fast & Furious: Hobbs & Shaw,” and “Atomic Blonde.” He is now directing “The Fall Guy,” which will star Ryan Gosling and Emily Blunt and be released in March 2024. 87North Productions is the production company behind a number of notable productions, such as the four “John Wick” films. The production is overseen by Tony Ducret, the director of production development, and Jay Polidoro, the executive vice president of production development, on behalf of Universal.
The film’s main setting, Winnipeg, has previously been the site of the filming of a number of well-known productions, such as Bob Odenkirk’s “Nobody,” Peter Cornwell’s supernatural horror picture “The Haunting in Connecticut,” and the horror-crime movie “Orphan: First Kill.” The city will also be a key venue for a number of upcoming films, such as “Hair of the Bear” by James McLellan and Alexandre Trudeau and “Bruno Penguin and the Staten Island Princess” by Nick Cassavetes.