'Bad Moms' studio STX will release the movie from writer-director Sophie Goodhart

By Derek Lawrence
August 15, 2017 at 07:25 PM EDT

Jennifer Aniston is looking to continue her recent run of R-rated comedies.

EW has learned the Horrible Bosses actress is in negotiations to star in an untitled R-rated suburban parenting comedy. The project centers on “an over-scheduled and over-burdened suburban couple go to great lengths to try to recapture the fun of their youth.”

My Blind Brother filmmaker Sophie Goodhart will write and direct for STXfilms, which last summer found great success with Bad Moms, leading to an upcoming sequel and spin-off.

This is the second collaboration between the film company and Aniston; the actress is already set to reunite with her Horrible Bosses costar Jason Bateman for the upcoming STX comedy Significant Other.

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Aniston’s most recent film was the war drama The Yellow Birds, but in recent years, the Friends alum has been a fixture in R-rated comedies, including the two Horrible Bosses films, We’re the Millers, and Office Christmas Party.