Deadpool, Umbrella Academy and Seinfeld stars team up for new movie

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Karan Soni (Deadpool), Cazzie David (The Umbrella Academy) and Seinfeld star Jason Alexander will star in upcoming comedy film Stealing Pulp Fiction.

According to Deadline, the actors will be joining SNL's Jon Rudnitsky, Oliver Cooper and Taylor Hill (Babylon) for the project, which is a homage to Quentin Tarantino's 1994 classic.

The film follows friends Jonathan (Rudnitsky), Elizabeth (David) and Steve (Soni) as they attempt to pull off a cinema heist, stealing a 35mm print of Pulp Fiction. Alexander plays Dr. Mendelbaum, a therapist who finds himself caught up in the group's plans.

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Stealing Pulp Fiction is also the feature length debut for writer and director Danny Turkiewicz.

Speaking to Deadline about the project, Turkiewicz said: "It was an absolute joy to direct this film with such a talented and dedicated cast and crew.

"The on-set atmosphere was infectious and there wasn’t a day where we weren’t laughing and having a great time. I’m incredibly proud of the work we did on set and can’t wait for audiences to experience the humour, and heart, that our cast brought to the screen."

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The film is yet to secure a release date, however production has been completed in Los Angeles.

Alexander is best known for his role as George Costanza in sitcom Seinfeld, a role which saw him nominated for multiple Emmy and Golden Globe awards. He was most recently seen in The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel and Young Sheldon.

Soni is known for his work as Dopinder in the Deadpool films as well landing the role of Pavitr Prabhakar/Spider-Man India in Spider-Man: Across the Spider-Verse.

David appeared in season three of The Umbrella Academy in a recurring role as Jayme Hargreeves/Sparrow Number Six. She is also known for her writing work, co-creating and starring in 2017 web-series Eighty-Sixed.

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