The co-star of Kristen Dunst in the 'Spider-Man' feature film series has reportedly joined the drama thriller project 'Hungry Rabbit Jumps', in which he is said to star and also set to produce.
Tobey Maguire, the star of the superhero feature series "Spider-Man", is more likely to attain a major part in the new feature film project by Endgame Entertainment entitled "Hungry Rabbit Jumps". According to Variety, the 32-year-old actor has been eyeing the film's lead role and has also joined the project as one of the producers.
The "Seabiscuit" star will be working with Endgame's James Stern and Gordonstreet Pictures' Ram Bergman in producing the film that has been described as dark and dramatic thriller. Meanwhile, on the casting reports, details about the character Maguire puts his interest in has yet to be revealed since the plot has been kept secret so far.
Aside from this project, Maguire has had other feature film projects under his shingle Maguire Entertainment, including "Tokyo Suckerpunch", "Everything Changes" and "Hot Plastic". He has reportedly finished filming Jim Sheridan's drama "Brothers", in which he stars opposite Jake Gyllenhaal and Natalie Portman. He will soon be seen in Ben Stiller's upcoming comedy "Tropic Thunder".