The comedian said remake plans that ignore the 2016 female-led film are "so insulting."
Jason Reitman, son of the original's director, will direct the no-longer-secret project.
“Juno had a choice, and that was the most important part,” the director said.
Years from now, are you going to think about that internet video that got a million views your friend sent you, or that film that changed your life?
Every computer-age gadget is deployed to bad effect in Jason Reitman's satiric new movie, Men, Women, and Children, and that's the least of the targets of his scrutiny: how about sex, ambition, and most of all, power, particularly of the parental kind.
Those kind of real-world consequences make up a large part of "Men, Women & Children"; it's a movie less about the dangers
Based on a novel by Chad Kultgen, Jason Reitman's Men, Women & Children is a multi-character film that wants to deliver a message about how our burgeoning electronic connectivity -- through phones and computers -- has actually distanced us from each other.
"We had months of pre-production. The funny thing is people watch the movie and go, 'Yeah, Internet.' Like it's just a walk
The first teaser trailer for Jason Reitman's "Men, Women & Children" debuted on Tuesday, just after HitFix reported it would
Jason Reitman is the director of such hit movies as Up In the Air, Juno and Thank You For Smoking so he obviously knows his way around a good film. So what can account for his lapses concerning his new film Labor Day?