Brianna Hildebrand and Lana Condor are set to star in 'Girls Night'.

Brianna, 22, who rose to fame for her role as mutant Negasonic Teenage Warhead in 'Deadpool' and its sequel has signed on for a leading role in the forthcoming coming-of-age comedy movie alongside Lana, 22, who is best known for playing Lara Jean Covey in Netflix's 2018 film adaptation of 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before'.

The film will be helmed by 'GLOW' director Marianna Palka written by Cristina Kinon, who is responsible for Bravo's hit digital series 'Adulting'.

'Girls Night' will follow unlikely best friends, college seniors Alex (Condor) and Tina (Hildebrand) over the course of Halloween Night in New York City as they attempt to track down a lost one-night stand while figuring out what they're going to do with the rest of their lives.

In a statement, Palka said: We've finally arrived at an era where it has become permissible for women to be portrayed as wild, imperfect, inappropriate, hilarious and real human beings.

'''Girls Night is about coming-of-age, rejecting societal constraints, and the power of sisterhood. We will break some boundaries!''

Producer Shaun Redick added: ''Lana and Brianna are the perfect combination to lead this memorable comedy. The characters of Alex and Tina are about to take flight.''

Shaun Redick and Yvette Yates of Impossible Dream Entertainment are producing the flick while Ashok Amritraj will also produce.

Executive producers are Mickey Gooch of Delray Village Ent, Stephen Kelliher and Sophie Green of Bankside Films and Priya Amritraj, and Addison Mehr and Bankside will handle international sales and will co-rep U.S. with Impossible Dream.

Production is slated for late summer in New York.