By Casey Rackham, Hollywood Staff
Bill Murray is in talks to join the cast of Cameron Crowe's new movie, according to TheWrap. If a deal is made, it would be the first time that Crowe and Murray have worked together.
The untitled comedy is rumored to be a re-working of a previous Crowe script, called Deep Tiki, about a defense contractor who has to oversee a satellite launch in Hawaii while dealing with his love life. Scott Rudin, who has worked with Murray on various Wes Anderson movies, is set to produce the film.
Other cast members include Bradley Cooper, Emma Stone, Rachel McAdams, Danny McBride, Alec Baldwin, and Jay Baruchel.
Sony plans to release the film sometime in 2014. For those of us who can't wait any longer for their next Murray-fix, Murray can be seen in the upcoming film The Monuments Men, which is set to hit theaters December 18.
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