Rachel Weisz is in talks to star in Adam Brooks' "Definitely, Maybe."
Rachel Weisz is about to mark her return to comedy. The actress is currently involved in negotiations to have a starring role in "Definitely, Maybe", an Adam Brooks' directorial also writing work for Working Title and Universal Pictures, The Hollywood Reporter has revealed.
If a deal is reached, she then will play a woman who dates Ryan Reynolds' character, a man dumped by his college sweetheart. Apart from Reynolds, other fixed cast members include glowing stars like Derek Luke and Isla Fisher.
Produced by Tim Bevan and Eric Fellner, pic revolves around a soon-to-be-divorced political consultant who faces some hard questions from his 11-year-old daughter as he explains his promiscuous past.
Hailed from England, Weiz is last seen playing opposite Ralph Fiennes in "The Constant Gardener" which earned her an Oscar in best supporting actress category last March. Her upcoming projects include "The Fountain", "My Blueberry Nights", and "The Colossus" among others.