founded in 2014 with her now-husband, Tom Ackerley, and friends Josey McNamara and Sophia Kerr. Its mandate: Tell women’s stories on screen and support women creators behind the scenes. “I, Tonya,” with Robbie as Tonya Harding, was LuckyChap’s first release, ensuring the company came to the marketplace with an assertive howl — and three Academy Award nominations, including one for best actress for Robbie and a supporting actress win for Allison Janney.
With a first-look film and television deal with Warner Bros., LuckyChap has 20 projects in various stages of development. The following are imminent. (To read Variety‘s cover story on Robbie, .)
Premiered on Nov. 15
After her boyfriend dumps her, Jules (Kat Dennings) reconnects with friends she’d lost (Shay Mitchell, Brenda Song) and restarts