Though we’ll see her as Catwoman in this summer’s The Dark Knight Rises and she performs a chill-inducing rendition of “I Dreamed a Dream” in the Les Miserables trailer, Anne Hathaway is lining up a more smaller scale project to tackle in the near future. Variety reports that the actress is in early talks to produce and star in the indie drama Song One. The pic would reunite Hathaway with her Rachel Getting Married producers Marc Platt and Jonathan Demme.
Kate Barker-Froyland will be making her feature directorial debut with the film in which “Hathaway would play a young woman who returns home after her brother is injured and romantically connects with his favorite musician, who draws inspiration from the siblings.” The actress has yet to fully commit to the project, but Variety notes that she has a fairly open schedule for the rest of the year. With an Oscar nomination under her belt and two high profile roles, her schedule likely won’t stay open for long.
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