Jack Black, Bobby Farrelly, and Peter Farrelly are teaming up again to spread some holiday joy with their upcoming movie, Dear Santa. This will be their first collaboration since Shallow Hal in 2001. According to Deadline, the film will feature Black in the lead role, with Bobby Farrelly as the director and Peter Farrelly as the producer.
Actor Jack Black and renowned comedy directors, the Farrelly Brothers, are teaming up for a heartwarming holiday comedy called “Dear Santa.” The film will be produced by Vortex Words + Pictures and Endeavor Content, and is set to begin production in the coming months.
The plot of “Dear Santa” follows a young girl who writes a letter to Santa Claus asking for help for her struggling family. When the letter reaches the North Pole, Santa enlists the help of his best elf, Jingles, and a group of misfit elves to make the girl’s Christmas wish come true.
Jack Black will play the role of Jingles, Santa’s best elf, while the rest of the cast is yet to be announced. The Farrelly Brothers, known for their work on comedies such as “Dumb and Dumber” and “There’s Something About Mary,” will direct the film.
The announcement of “Dear Santa” has generated a lot of excitement among fans of Jack Black and the Farrelly Brothers. The film promises to be a heartwarming holiday comedy that will leave audiences laughing and feeling good.
In a statement, the Farrelly Brothers expressed their excitement for the project, saying, “We’re thrilled to be working with Jack Black and the team at Vortex Words + Pictures on this fun and festive project. ‘Dear Santa’ is the perfect holiday movie, and we can’t wait to bring it to audiences.”
Overall, the upcoming collaboration between Jack Black and the Farrelly Brothers promises to be an exciting project for fans of holiday comedies. With its heartwarming story and talented cast and crew, “Dear Santa” is sure to become a holiday classic for years to come.