American singer-actor Nick Jonas and Glen Powell are set to star in the comedy movie "Foreign Relations".
Filmmaker Kat Coiro is directing from a script by Charlie Kesselring and tasked with producing will be Alison Small of Brownstone Productions along with Jonas and Powell.
Amazon Studios has won a competitive auction for the project.
"Foreign Relations" does not have a release date yet.
The movie is one of a number of Coiro's upcoming projects. He is set to direct Sony's adaptation of Liane Moriarty’s bestselling book, "The Husband’s Secret", as well as the first two episodes of "The Spiderwick Chronicles" for Disney+.
She is also serving as executive producer and director for Marvel Studios' series "She-Hulk: Attorney At Law", premiering in August.
Jonas, born September 16, 1992, began acting on Broadway at the age of seven and released his debut single in 2002.
In 2005, He formed a pop-rock band along with his older brothers, Kevin and Joe, known as the Jonas Brothers.
The band became prominent figures on the Disney Channel and starred together in the widely successful musical television movie "Camp Rock" (2008) and its sequel "Camp Rock 2: The Final Jam" (2010), as well as two of their own series," Jonas Brothers: Living the Dream" (2008–2010) and "Jonas" (2009–2010).
In 2009, the Jonas Brothers confirmed a hiatus. Jonas formed a new band known as "Nick Jonas & the Administration" the following year.
Afterward, Jonas shifted his focus to acting and had a recurring role on the television series "Smash" and some Broadway shows roles.
In 2017, the pop star appeared in the adventure comedy movie "Jumanji: Welcome to the Jungle", which became the fifth highest-grossing film of the year.