The recently launched Must B Nice is known for pandemic-set narrative anthology series podcast Day By Day featuring Oscar nominee Lucas Hedges, Camila Mendes (Riverdale), Lucy Hale (Pretty Little Liars), Sydney Sweeney (Euphoria), Julia Fox (Uncut Gems), Madelyn Cline (Outer Banks), Elsie Fisher (Eighth Grade) and three-time Emmy winner Margo Martindale (The Americans), among others.
Must B Nice has set Hell House as one of their first productions. Directed by Andrew Gori, who co-wrote it with Ambre Kelly, the social thriller centers around the relationship between two high school peers on the eve of a religious-themed Halloween attraction in the Deep South. The film stars Stefanie Scott and Zoe Lawrence. The pair has also set the short film Jelly written and directed by Ariela Barer (Marvel’s Runaways) and starring Quei Tann, Harley Quinn Smith and Isabella Gomez. Bella Thorne executive produces.
In addition, the production banner is developing a non-scripted show aimed at bringing together the young voices of Hollywood to help educate and teach Gen Z an unfiltered, non-partisan take on history.
Dolan has produced features starring Maya Hawke in her debut movie, Bryan Greenberg, Odessa A’zion, and Tammy Blanchard. Faze is currently in post-production on short-form anthology Loo featuring Ben Ross (Dear Evan Hansen) and Oona Roche (The Morning Show). He began his career Oscar-winning producer John Lesher (Birdman) and Oscar-nominated producer David Permut (Hacksaw Ridge).
Dolan and Faze’s Must B Nice continues to be repped by Eisner LLP and Wolf Kasteler.