Shawn Levy and 21 Laps president Tom McNulty have both agreed about "Back Magick" as the film project they have to finish in the near future. They are about to produce the comedy flick which is being written by Sahara Lotti.
"It's a big-premise comedy that explores shifting priorities and the things that matter at various points in our lives," said Levy about the film. "It's about the absurdity of getting the things you want in childhood 20 years too late," he continued.
The story of "Back Magick" centers on an unpopular boy who, in a misguided effort to improve his seemingly unspectacular life, makes a series of wishes during an eclipse. The wishes don't come true until 20 years later, disastrously upending his successful life.