On the heels of her Captain Marvel announcement, Brie Larson has even more big news to share with her fans.
According to WWD, Larson will be directing her first feature film called Unicorn Store, an indie comedy in which the Room actress will not only take director’s chair, but will also star in and produce.
While not much is known about the film’s premise, WWD reports, “The film’s sparse IMDb page provides few clues, but offers this brief synopsis: ‘A woman named moves back to her parent’s house, where she receives a mysterious invitation to open her own shop.'”
Variety reports that other producers for Unicorn Store are “David Bernad and Ruben Fleischer through their company The District, Paris Kasidokostas-Latsis and Terry Dougas. Jean-Luc De Fanti and Anne Woodward are exec producing.” The film will be based on a screenplay by Samantha McIntyre.
Unicorn Store will begin filming in October, according to Variety, and is said to be due out in 2017.