Rachel McAdams may join Bradley Cooper and Emma Stone in
the greatest movie ever the untitled new project from Cameron Crowe. Deadline.com reported McAdams' potential involvement in the film.
No word yet on the plot of Crowe's new film, but there was speculation last year that it could share some similarities to "Deep Tiki," a script Crowe wrote back in 2008. That film had Reese Witherspoon and Ben Stiller set to star and focused on military contractor dealing with trouble at home and work.
Cooper and Stone were cast in Crowe's new film last year. Set up at Sony, Stone's involvement will continue a lucrative relationship the actress has with the studio. She's previously made "Easy A," "The House Bunny," "Friends With Benefits," "Superbad," "Zombieland," "The Amazing Spider-Man" and "The Amazing Spider-Man 2" for Sony. McAdams starred in the Sony release "The Vow" last year.
For more on McAdams, including who she'll play in the film, head over to Deadline.com.