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Josh Gad's Superhero Project Super-Normal Lands At Netflix

He may have been the sidekick in Frozen and Disney's live-action Beauty and the Beast, but Josh Gad will take on a super-heroic role for his next project. 

As announced by The Hollywood Reporter, Gad's newest venture Super-Normal, a superhero package that also features Star Wars darling Daisy Ridley and The Girl on the Train actor Luke Evans in lead roles, has officially landed at Netflix. 

Details on the project, assumed to be a film though not explicitly confirmed by THR, are scarce for right now. However, we do know that Gad is on board to produce Super-Normal alongside Dan Lin, who worked on Netflix's recent live-action adaptation of Death Note. Lin Pictures' Jonathan Eirich is the third member in the producing trio, and Moana creatives Aaron and Jordan Kandell will pen the script. The package reunites Gad with Ridley, both of whom worked on Murder on the Orient Express, and brings the actor back together again with Evans as well, as the two starred as LeFou and Gaston in the billion dollar-earning Beauty and the Beast.

As noted by the outlet, Super-Normal's intent "is to make a character-driven subversive take on the genre that Hollywood and the rest of the world loves too much." Disney was reportedly interested in picking up Super-Normal when it began circulating in late October. 

Gad can currently be seen on the silver screen in the Thurgood Marshall biopic Marshall, directed by Django Unchained producer Reginald Hudlin, and the aforementioned Murder on the Orient Express. Ridley is preparing for the much-anticipated launch of Star Wars: The Last Jedi, and just completed filming on the post-apocalyptic thriller Chaos Walking, in which she acts alongside Spider-Man: Homecoming lead Tom Holland. Evans recently had a starring role in Professor Marston and the Wonder Women, the drama film that chronicles the achievements of Wonder Woman creator William Moulton Marston.