The depicter of Rachel Berry on 'Glee' is said in talks to star in rom-com 'New Year's Eve', which will still be directed by 'Valentine's Day' helmer Garry Marshall.
Lea Michele has said she is not ready to make an album, but she may be eager to expand her acting career to big screen. According to Variety, the star of musical TV series "Glee" is in talks to make her feature film debut in "New Year's Eve".
There is no word on what role that she might take in the upcoming romantic comedy. The movie, which is a spin-off to "Valentine's Day", will likely feature all-star cast like its predecessor with Garry Marshall returning to the directing seat.
Marshall has previously revealed his wish list for "New Year's Eve", saying that he would love to have Reese Witherspoon and Halle Berry joining the project. Justin Bieber was once also mentioned for the film, while Taylor Swift who has appeared in "Valentine's Day" was rumored to return to the follow-up.
In accordance with the title, "New Year's Eve" will be set during the switch to new year. "Valentine's Day" producers Mike Karz and Wayne Allan Rice will once again team up to produce the forthcoming film, which is slated to come out on December 9, 2011 in the U.S.
Lea Michele started her acting career as a Broadway actress. The 24-year-old beauty shot to fame through her role of Rachel Berry on FOX's hit show "Glee".