Justin Timberlake is reportedly in negotiations to star in a remake of the 1967 hit movie "The Graduate."
Seems acting offers are still rolling well for Justin Timberlake. After nabbing a role in "True Players", the pop singer now is reported by Sky News to engage in talks for a starring role "The Graduate", a remake of the 1967 picture of the same title.
If everything goes smooth, Timberlake will likely be billed to portray young college graduate Benjamin Braddock, made famous by Dustin Hoffman in the original version. Along with him, Demi Moore is also said to be in negotiations to play the licentious Mrs. Robinson.
For the project, Moore reportedly was intent to also bring her husband Ashton Kutcher in, but finally dropped the idea remembering her past onscreen collaborations with past lovers Emilio Estevez and Bruce Willis.
Production schedule has not yet been revealed, but it is mentioned that the producers are keen on tapping a director for the flick within the next month.