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Reese Witherspoon can't say no to another possible role
In a scenario that is becoming comical at this point, Reese Witherspoon has attached herself to yet another comedy.
According to The Hollywood Reporter, Witherspoon is teaming up with Universal Pictures on the comedy "Pharm Girl." The picture will find America's Sweetheart (or at least one of them) as a career woman who sees the underbelly of the pharmaceutical industry as she climbs the corporate ladder.
The picture is set to be directed by "Bad Santa" writers Glenn Ficarra and John Requa who just made their Sundance Film Festival debut with "I Love You Phillip Morris."
Witherspoon and her production company, Type A, are developing a number of films that the actress could appear in including the thriller "Bell Witch" and the romantic comedy "Around the World in 80 Dates." She's already set to star in James L. Brooks Untitled Comedy and is considering Fox's Sci-Fi farce "Used Guys." Needless to say, Witherspoon has a busy few years ahead of her.