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Anne Hathaway looking to find time for 'One Day'
"An Education's" acclaimed director Lorne Scherfig is already prepping her next film, an adaptation of David Nicholls novel "One Day." Scherfig already directed Carey Mulligan to her first Oscar nomination, could she shepherd Anne Hathaway to her second?
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Hathaway and "21's" Jim Sturgess are in negotiations to star in "One Day" for Focus Features. The story centers on Dexter (Sturgess) and Emma (Hathaway) who meet for the first time during their graduation in 1988 and then end up finding time to meet once a day every year for the next two decades. As time goes on, they slowly realize, duh, they are meant for each other.
Hathaway's fans can currently find her playing the White Queen in "Alice in Wonderland," but she'll soon be seen opposite Jake Gyllenhaal (her "Brokeback Mountain" co-star) in "Love and Other Drugs."
Sturgess just finished shooting Peter Weir's Oscar bait World War II flick "The Way Back" with Colin Farrell and Saoirse Ronan.