Hollywood needs to start paying Twitter users for film ideas because there's another film pitch taking root, this one involving Kerry Washington and Chris Evans.
If Chris Evans and Kerry Washington were in a movie, what would it be about? pic.twitter.com/rQjvmYjt4O
— Viktor T. (@wondermann5) October 8, 2018
Several replied to the thread with their ideas:
A group of astronauts gain superpowers after a cosmic radiation exposure and must use them to oppose the plans of their enemy, Doctor Victor Von Doom.
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— KenDoll ???????? (@kendraxlamar) October 9, 2018
They find out their spouses are having an affair. As they plot revenge they end up in an affair of their own....
— TheNikkiCrow (@Nikkicrow1977) October 8, 2018
A couple take part in a show that puts the two in different cities I. The same country. They have 24 hours to figure out riddles/questions/secrets/lies overcome obstacles about their partner in hope they both arrive at the same eventual destination. Call it Marco Polo
— GREEN ROOM (@greenroomrndtbl) October 9, 2018
Twitter's love of a Washington and Evans-starring film led to Jamie Primak-Sullivan, head of digital development and production at Will Packer Media, to tweet her interest.
— Jaime Primak (@JaimePrimak) October 12, 2018
Primak-Sullivan's tweet eventually caught the eye of Washington herself, who seems to be down with getting an idea rolling.
— kerry washington (@kerrywashington) October 12, 2018
So far, there's no word on if a project will get off the ground, but if Will Packer Media sees an opportunity, then fans of a Washington-Evans led film have a good chance at possibly seeing these two work together in the future.
This is just the latest of Twitter-generated film ideas. One of the most popular ideas is a heist film starring Rihanna and Lupita Nyong'o and directed by Ava DuVernay. Most recently, an idea for a sequel to Bring It On starring Gabrielle Union and Ryan Destiny circulated, garnering the actresses' attention. Incredibly, the Zola Twitter thread, which went viral in 2015, is now in development as a film with Janicza Bravo as director and Taylour Paige in the lead role. Colman Domingo is also set to star.