By Brian Marder, Hollywood.com Staff
It's been a big Anne Hathaway news day: First the trailer for Les Miserables is unveiled, and now a possible new role has emerged.
Hathaway is in negotiations to headline the indie drama Song One, which is being directed by first-timer Kate Barker-Froyland and would reunite Hathaway with Rachel Getting Married producers Marc Platt and Jonathan Demme (who directed the film for which Hathaway earned a Best Actress Oscar nomination).
According to Variety, Hathaway would play a young woman who falls in love with her injured brother's favorite musician, who himself has a connection to the siblings.
While Hathaway has two high-profile movies coming out this year the aforementioned Les Mis and July's The Dark Knight Rises her shooting schedule toward the end of 2012 and beginning of 2013 appears to be open enough for Song One.
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