"The Office" star John Krasinski is reportedly the latest actor to have his name attached to Cameron Crowe's upcoming romantic comedy. Krasinski is in talks for the currently untitled project, which already boasts a star-studded cast including big names such as Bill Murray, Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Alec Baldwin, and Rachel McAdams.
THR reports that Krasinski is up for a part in the film as a member of the military who is married to McAdams' character, a woman who was previously married to Cooper's character.
"I can't really say anything about the script, but I'm excited," Cooper said about the Crowe project earlier this year in an interview with HuffPost Entertainment.
The film, which began filming in Hawaii last month, is expected to be a new spin on an older Crowe script called "Deep Tiki."
After "The Office" aired its final episode earlier this year, Krasinski lent his voice to "Monsters University," the animated sequel to "Monsters, Inc.," and booked another voice role in the upcoming film "The Prophet," leaving his schedule largely open for Crowe.