Previously with UTA, Wiig will next be seen co-starring in the DC film Wonder Woman 1984 as Barbara Minerva, due out from Warner Bros. on Oct. 2. Wiig appeared on NBC’s Lorne Michaels-produced Saturday Night Live as a regular from 2005 to 2012 and earned three supporting actress in a comedy Emmy nominations.
After exiting the sketch series, Wiig focused on features, including Adventureland and All Good Things, before breaking out with a starring role in Bridesmaids, released in 2011, for which she also earned an Oscar nomination for co-writing the original screenplay.
That was followed by star turns in Ghostbusters, mother!, Alexander Payne’s Downsizing and Where’d You Go, Bernadette. Wiig co-wrote, produced and stars in Barb and Star Go to Vista Del Mar, which has been moved to a July 2021 release by Lionsgate.
She also has a supporting role in the upcoming Netflix film A Boy Called Christmas, which will release this December. Next year, Wiig will produce an adaptation of the Oscar nominated German-Austrian film Toni Erdmann.