As of now, there is no official release date for “Goodrich.” The project was first announced in April 2019, when Deadline reported that a new “drama,” written and directed by Hallie Meyers-Shyer, had received multiple bids from distributors and financiers, especially after Michael Keaton was attached to star.
Since then, “Goodrich” went to the European Film Market in February 2023, before it was announced that Mila Kunis, fresh off producing and starring in Netflix’s “Luckiest Girl Alive,” had been cast alongside Keaton. At the time of Kunis’ casting, “Goodrich” was being described as a “comedy” rather than drama, and it was confirmed that Meyers-Shyer would begin shooting in April 2023, directing from a script she wrote. According to a May 2019 article from The Hollywood Reporter, filming was originally due to start in the fall of 2019 but was obviously delayed.
With production yet to get underway, we’re still far from an official release date for “Goodrich.” Depending on how long the shoot lasts, post-production will likely start later this year, which means we could see the movie debut in early 2024, but that’s just speculation at this point. By now we know “Goodrich” is set to be a dramedy that takes some influence from “Mr. Mom” or “Night Shift” — two of Michael Keaton’s best movies — so it’s unlikely filming will take too long, considering there’ll probably be little in the way of complex visual effects or stunt work.
We’ll update this page with more release date details as soon as they become available.