Lana Condor to star in Take Out
Take Out is billed as an action-comedy
Lana Condor, best-known for playing Lara Jean in the To All the Boys trilogy and Alita: Battle Angel, will be reportedly starring in the upcoming series, Take Out. The pilot of the action-comedy series, which is currently in development at Hulu, will be written by Randall Park.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, the series follows a half-hour structure and has Michael Golamco, who has earlier co-written Always Be My Maybe with Park, serving as one of the writers.
The series reportedly follows the story of Iris, to be played by Condor, who struggles to strike a balance between her professional and personal commitments, while also pursuing her covert operation to bring down a criminal empire that is about to take over New York.
Condor's other acting credits include Summer Night and Deadly Class. She'll be next seen in the romantic sci-fi film, Moonshot, co-starring Cole Sprouse.