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‘Planes, Trains and Automobiles’ Remake To Star Will Smith And Kevin Hart. Get All Updates Here

Planes, Trains and Automobiles: Will Smith and Kevin Hart, the two prominent actors of the Hollywood industry are going to produce and make their appearance in the modern remake of the movie “Planes, Trains & Automobiles” through Westbrook Studios and HartBeat Productions. The two will be playing the role of Neal and Del which was originally played by late actor John Candy and Smith Martin Will Smith and Kevin Hart is going to produce the film along with Jon Mone the Co-President of Westbrook Studios and President of HartBeat film Bryan Smiley

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The supervising producer and writer of Brooklyn 99, comedy series Aeysha Carr will be seen coming with her debut in feature writing and will take the big task of making the whole screenplay

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Planes, Trains & Automobiles- About the Film

The movie Planes Trains & Automobiles is an American road adventure comedy film that was released in 1987 on November 25. The movie was originally produced by Hughes entertainment having John Hughes as the director.

Plot

The movie follows two men, one who is known as Neal is an executive manager and the other a salesman Del. Neal wanted to go to his home in Chicago for the celebration of Thanksgiving but sadly his flight was missed, and at the airport, he met Del who is a talkative person, they had to share the taxi and in the way of the journey due to bad weather the airport shutdowns and they stuck at the place named Wichita, Kansas. Later on, they decided to went together to Chicago and in between the journey, Nale’s perception towards Del changes. The role of Neal and Del has been played by Steve Martin and John Candy

The movie was filled with sweet comedy and adventure and was highly touching with the best acting of the duo Steve and John. It will be so great to see Will Smith and Kevin Hart doing comedy roles together

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