Jeff Daniels, Ryan Reynolds and Lisa Kudrow will star in “Paper Man,” a comedy that marks the feature directing debut of Kieran and Michele Mulroney, who wrote the film as well as “Justice League.”

FilmColony’s Richard Gladstein will produce with Management 360’s Guymon Casady and Artfire’s Art Spigel and Ara Katz. Artfire is financing the film, and shooting begins Nov. 12 in New York and Montauk.

The coming-of-middle-age comedy chronicles an unlikely friendship between a failed author (Daniels) and a Long Island teen.

“Paper Man” was developed through Sundance writer and director labs.

Darin Friedman and Dan Fireman will be executive producers.

Reynolds just wrapped the Greg Mottola-directed “Adventureland.”

Daniels next appears in “The Dream of the Romans” and “State of Play.” Kudrow recently wrapped “Powder Blue.”