Rebecca Miller will write and direct the film.

By Derek Lawrence
March 23, 2017 at 07:27 PM EDT
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Rebecca Miller has landed an all-star cast for her latest film.

Steve Carell, Amy Schumer, and Nicole Kidman will star in She Came to Me, written and directed by Miller (Maggie’s Plan), the daughter of legendary playwright Arthur Miller.

Oddlot Entertainment and Round Films are producing the film, which is described as a “multi-generational story about family and the complexities of modern life.”

Both Carell and Schumer have multiple projects landing on the big screen in the coming months. The Oscar nominee and former star of The Office will once again get animated with Despicable Me 3, and then will costar with Emma Stone in Battle of the Sexes.

Schumer, whose new stand-up special recently hit Netflix, is starring alongside Goldie Hawn in the summer comedy Snatched and will appear alongside Miles Teller in the war drama Thank You for Your Service on Oct. 27.

Fresh off her Academy Award nomination for Lion, Kidman can currently be seen on HBO’s high-profile miniseries Big Little Lies, and will join Elisabeth Moss in the upcoming second season of Top of the Lake.

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